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TAKEN IN THE TEAR 

1623, 



HENRY CHITTY AND JOHN PHILLIPOT 

AS DEPUTIES TO 

WILLIAM CAMDEN, 
©lawtmia; IRmg of arms. 

WITH PEDIGREES FROM THE HERALDS' VISITATIONS OF 1569 
AND 1582-3, AND SUNDRY MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



EDITED BY 

SIR JOHN MACLEAN, F.S.A., etc., 

AND 

W. C. HEANE, M.R.C.S. Eng., etc. 



LONDON : 

1885. 



preface. 



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This Volume contains the pedigrees recorded at the Heralds' Visitation 
of Gloucestershire in 1623, with Appendices containing Pedigrees from 
<i the Visitations of 1569 and 1583, and also sundry Miscellaneous 
Pedigrees, the date of which the Editors have been unable to identify with 
n/^ certainty. The whole are derived from Harleian MSS. 1041 and 1543. 

I In the first cited volume, No. 8 is entitled: "Arms & Pedigrees 

\^ from the Visitation of the Countie of Gloucester, a.d. 1583, by Eobert 
^ Cooke, Clareuceulx, as it seems with many Continuations & Additions 
by John Saunders & others " (18 — 75) ; and No. 10, entitled : " The 
Visitation of the Countie of Gloucester as taken a.d. 1623, by Henry Chitty, 
Chester, and John Philpot, Rouge Dragon, for Will. Camden, Clarenx., 
done by the hand of John Saunders" (T?*" — 121). 

In Volume 1543, No. 2 is entitled: " The Visitation of the County 
of Gloster made by Robert Cooke alias Clarenceulx King of Arms in 
anno 1583 ?, continued & enlarged with the Visitation of the same 
County, made by Henry Chitty, Chester, and John Phillipott, Somerset 
Heralds; Deputyes to William Camden, Clarenceux, in anno 1623, with 
many other Descents, transcript, per R. Mundy." No. 3, Mr. Mundy 
goeth on with the title, thus : " This Booke I lent M"^ Somerset when he 
went the last Visitation (above mentioned), and many of the Descents 
weare enlarged by him, as apereth under his owne hand. 4. Here are 
likewise divers additional Notes & Enlargements by Mr. Mundy, Mr. 
Latton, Mr. Dale, and others." J^O'^ t X,<J / 

As regards the Visitation of 1623, neither of the MSS. is very satis- 
factory or complete. In Vol. 1041 there are sixty-eight pedigrees that 
are not in Vol. 1543, and seventy-seven in the latter not in the former. 



altogetlier about 200 distinct genealogies. Of tlie 1569 Visitation, there 
are two in Vol. 1041 not in 1543, and one in Vol. 1543 not in 1041. 
There are only nineteen in all which have been clearly identified as 
belonging to this Visitation. Of the Visitation of 1582-3, there are only 
seven pedigrees in all ascertained to belong to the Visitation for this year. 
Unfortunately there is no official copy of this Visitation in the Heralds' 
College. 

All the pedigrees in 1041 have been collated with those in 1543, and 
the whole, with the exception of the first few, compared with the official 
records in the College of Arms, and wherever differences exist, they have 
been shewn either by being printed in other type or by footnotes. But 
with respect to the Visitation of 1582-3, of Avhich, as stated above, there 
is no official copy, the pedigrees have been collated with those in the 
Vincent Collection in the College of Arms (Vincent MS. 115), which, 
though not of official authority, are not inferior in respect to accuracy.* 

Following the example of the 'Visitation of Cornwall,' printed by this 
Society in 1874, we have inserted as footnotes, from our respective private 
collections, extracts from Parish Registers, and from the transcripts from 
those Registers now remaining in the Bishop's Registry at Gloucester, for 
the obliging facilities for consulting which we have to return our thanks 
to the Parochial Clergy, and to Benjamin Bonner, Esq., the Deputy 
Registrar of the diocese. We have also appended divers other notes of 
record which wiU not only authenticate the pedigrees, but wiU be of great 
assistance to any who may be desirous of continuing them. Though the 
greater portion of the extracts referred to were collected by us for other 
purposes, a great many were made by special searches in connection with 
this Work, and the time occupied in these searches will, we hope, be 
accepted by the Society as the cause of the delay in the completion of the 
Volume. 

* Augustine Vincent was appointed Eouge Eose Pursuivant 22 Feb. 1615-16, Eouge Croix 
29 May 1621, and Windsor Herald 1 June 162i. He was much esteemed in the College for his 
great ability and equal industry. He made large collections from the Tower Eecords and other 
valuable materials, and died 11th January 1625-6. His worthless son, John Vincent, sold 240 
of his father's manuscripts to Ealph Sheldon of Weston, co. Warwick, who bequeathed them 
to the College. 



We would refer tliose who desire further information on Gloucester- 
shire Genealogy to the following authorities : — 

HERALDS' VISITATIONS. 

- - Caius Coll., Camb., MS. 553, Art. 6. 

1530 Benolfce Original - - College of Arms, MS. H. 20. 

1569 Cooke - - MSS. D. 12 ; G. 9, f. 74. 

1588 - - Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1041, f. 18. 

with additions - 1543. 

- - Coll. OF Arms, Vincent MS. 115. 

1623 Camden by Chitting and) „ ,^ „ , ,^„ ,^., ^ „„>, 

Philipot - I ^^^'^' ^^'^^■' Harl. MS. 1041, f. 77". 

with additions - 1543. 

- - Coll. of Arms, MS. C. 17. 



HERALDIC COLLECTIONS. - 

Pedigrees of many ancient Gloucestershire Families. Brit. Mus., Harl. 2121, f. 72. 
1 Ai-ms of Gloucestershire Families. Brit. Mus., Harl. MSS. 1191, 

6174, 6185. 

of Gloucestershire Families. Coll. of Arms, Philipot MSS. 16 L., 

37 L., 14 P., 15 P. 
Pedigrees copied from the Visitations of Worcestershhe, Herefordshire, and 

Gloucestershire taken 1569. Ashm. Lib. 831. 
Arms, with some descents, from the Visitation of 1569. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 

2230, f 92. 
Pedigrees fi-om the Visitation of 1569. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 615, f. 173. 
Arms and Pedigrees fi-om the Visitation of 1583. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1041, f. 18. 
Pedigrees of Gloucestershire Families to 1619. Caius Coll., Camb., MS. 553, f. 184. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Gloucestershire Families, mra 1634. Brit. Mus., Harl. 

MS. 6139. 
Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of Gloucestershire. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1042, 

f. 79. 
Arms of Gloucestershire Families. Queen's Coll., Oxf., MS. xcviij. 
Arms borne by the Nobility and Gentry of the County of Gloucester. Gloucester, 

1786, 4to. 
Collections for Gloucestershire by the Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 

9458. 



ifronttspttce. 



The Frontispiece displays the full Achievement of Sir William Vernon 
Guise, Baronet, of Elmore Court, Gloucestershire, to whose obliging 
courtesy we are indebted for the block. The quarterings are upon record 
in the College of Arms as allowed to the family : — 

1. Gules, seven lozenges vair, three, three, and one, upon a canton or a mullet 

pierced sable. Guise. 

2. Sable, a fess between six martlets argent, TVysham. 

3. Gules, a fess between six billets or, Beauchaiip. 

4. Per pale or and gules, three roundels counterchanged, Abtot. 

5. Argent, two bars gules, Mauduit. 

6. Lozengy azure and or, within a bordure gules charged with eight plates, Bello- 

MONT. 

7. Chequy or and azure, a chevron ermine, Newburgh. 

8. Gules, two bendlets or, Fitzwith. 

9. Ermine, three crescents gules, Keitoe. 

10. Quarterly gules and argent, a cross mohne or, Snell. 

11. Or, a chevron chequy gules and azure between three cinquefoils of the third, 

Cooke. 

12. Or, four lozenges in fess azure, Pennington. 

13. Argent, two bars gules, upon a canton of the second a cinquefoil or, ... . 

14. Sable, a fess between three pheons argent, .... 

15. Or, a double-headed eagle displayed sable, charged on the breast with a fleur- 

de-lis argent, .... 

16. Azure, three eagles displayed in bend between two cotises argent, Blenknap. 

17. Gules, a fess chequy argent and sable between six crosses pattee fitchee of the 

second, Botelee. 

18. Or, two bendlets gules. Sublet. 

19. Or, four bendlets azure, Montfort. 

20. Gules, a chevi-on ermines between three pheons or, upon a canton crucilly three 

lions palewise, two and one, Arnold and Lucy. 

21. Sable, a chevi-on or between three hawks' lures argent, Madoo ap Khyn. 

22. Sable, billetty, and a cross fleury argent, Noereys. 

23. Or, on a fess daucette between three billets azure, each charged with a lion 

rampant of the field, as many bezants, Rolle. 



FRONTISPIECE. IX 

24. Ermine, three battle-axes gules, Dennis. 

25. Argent, a cross fleury sable, uiDon a chief azure three estoiles or, Dabernon. 

26. Sable, three lozenges in fess ermine, Giffard. 

27. Gules, two bendlets wavy or, Brewer. 

28. Sable, bezanty, two stags trippant argent, Bockerell. 

29. Ai-gent, upon a chevron between three eagles' heads erased sable as many acorns 

or, Chiderly. 

30. Azure, crucilly, and a unicorn salient or, Dounb. 

31. Argent, three dolphins sable, two and one, Binsey. 

32. Gules, a double-headed eagle displayed between three fleurs-de-lis argent, 

GODOLPHIN. 

33. Argent, a chevron between three tassels gules, .... 

34. Or, upon a fess sable three chevrons palewise, points to the dexter, argent, 

Trenouth. 

35. Argent, a double-headed eagle displayed within a bordure sable charged with 

eight bezants, Kelleskew. 

36. Sable, a chevron between three eagles displayed or, Kentebury. 

37. Argent, three mascles sable, two and one, Arwenick. 

38. Argent, upon a chevron gules between three torteaux as many bezants, Boleigh. 

39. Ai-gent, three bars-gemel gules, upon a chief azure three tigers' heads or, Wright. 

40. Argent, a chevron between three griffins passant sable, Finch. 

41. Sable, three leopards' heads reversed argent, jessant-de-lis gules, Woodford. 

42. Argent, a unicorn's head erased gules, upon a chief wavy azure three lozenges 

or, Smith. 

I certify the above forty-two quarterings to be duly proved and 
recorded as rightly belonging to Sir William Vernon Guise, Baronet. 
3' College, Stephen Tucker, 

10 April, 1879. Rotige Croix. 



Crest. — The crest long used by this family having been found in 1797 not to 
be upon record in the College of Arms, Sir William Berkeley Guise, Bart., obtained 
from the then Earl Marshal a warrant for the grant and confirmation thereof, with 
special permission to bear the same issuant from a ducal coronet. This warrant, 
however, never having been carried into effect, Lieut. -General Sir John Wright 
Guise, Bart., K.C.B., obtained another warrant, dated 12 June 1843, under which 
the following crest was gi-anted and confirmed, by patent dated 21 June following, 
to the said Sir John Wright Guise, Bart., to be borne by him and his descendants, 
and by the other descendants of his late father. Sir John Guise, Bart., according to 
the laws of arms for ever, viz. : Out of a ducal coronet or a swan, wings elevated, 
argent, ducally gorged and chained or. 

Supporters. — Sir John Wright Guise, having been created a Knight Grand 
Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, became entitled to use supporters. 
These usually are only granted personally ; but the Queen, by a special warrant 
under her sign manual, dated 12 January 1863, made an exception in his case, and 



X FRONTISPIECE. 

accordingly, under her Majesty's said special warrant, the following supporters were 
granted, viz. : On the dexter side, a sivan jn-ojoer crucilly gules, jjlain colhrecl and 
chained or ; and on the sinister side, a hear saile, Ulletty or, collared and dunned as 
the dexter, to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Sir John "Wright 
Guise, Bart., and the heirs male of his body upon whom the dignity of a Baronet 
shall descend. 

Motto.— Quo Honestioh eo Tutior. 

J. M. 
W. C. H. 



Zfft 

1623. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 90. 
Arms. — Gkcles, a /esse and bordure ermine. 

Crest. — An arm emloived vested or, three hendlels wavy argent, holding a swo 
of the second, enfiled ivith a boar's head couped gules. 

HumflFrey Acton=j=Alice d. of John Cookesey esq're of Evesham in 
of Burton. com. Worster, sister and heire of William Cooksey 

of Littel Wolverton in com. Worster. 



1. John= 
Acton. 



William Acton.= 



I I 
2. fioger Acton. 



3. Francis Acton, of Surdham. 



Henryi Acton of Long- 
jpe in com. Gloster, and 



Allice d. of John 
Reade of Long- 
hope in com. 
Gloster. 



Elizabeth- lu. 
WiUiam Tyler 
of MicheU 
Deane. 



Alice^ ux. 

Thorn. 

Nurse. 



William Acton 
Student in 
Oxfford. 



Avice.- 



1 Will of Henry Acton of Longhope, gent., dated IS May 1631 ; proved (illegible) 1031. To be 
buried at Loughope. William Acton, gent., my sonne and heire, to him the furniture in house 
at ISnedham in p'ish of Upton St. Leonards. To dau. Elizabeth, wife of William Tyler. To 
Alice, wife of Thomas Nurse. To Avice, my d., wife of John Woodward. To Johanne, d. of the 
said John Woodward, my godchild. To Henry, son of William Acton and my grandchild. To 
Henry Tyler, my grandchild. To Henry Nurse, my grandchild. To Anne Woodward, my 
servant. To Anne Acton, my d., who is sole ex'trix. William Acton, my son and heir, John 
Woodward, my son-in-law, to be overseers. 

B.T. Longhope. 1599. ^ Elizabeth, da. of Henry Acton, gen., was baptized 2(3 May. 
„ „ 1600. 3 j^iigia^ da. of Heniy Acton, gen., ,, 4 Oct. 

„ „ 1602. -i Avisia, da. of Henry Acton, gen., „ 20 Mny. 

* 34 Henry III. H. de Bretton appointed to take an assize betw. John de Acton and Emma 
la Warre concerning land in Acton and Cotes, co. Glouc. (Kot. Glaus., m. 7'^.) 

6 Edward II. Inq. p.m., John de Acton held the manor of Irene Acton of Roger de la Warre. 
John, his son, his nearest heir, aged 24 years. (Inq. p.m., 6 Edw. II., No. 55.) 

[Notes contimied otcrleaf. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 55". 



John Albaney of Kmgesholiae.=pCiceley. 



Ergstyaii=p Elias. Godfrey. Fessanfc. Maud ux. Thomas Ellen. Christian 



Albaney. 



Simond Cadull.=pEbane d. and heire to Ergystan Albaney. 
\ 

John=f=Emma d. and heire Alice ux. Joanna ux. Margaret ux. Margery 

Hyed. to Simon Cadull. Edmond Wilham Eobert Dyng- ux. Robart 

Adams. Walker. hill. =f= Hankey. 

I I 



I I 

John Arthur.=p Eoger Hyed.=p Agnes ux. Edtrard Bassett. 

I \ 

John Ai-thur.=f=Joanne d. and heire to Roger Hyed. ' Richard Hyett.=p 
I \ 

Margaret ux. Roger Porter. William ob. s.p. 



^I^t. 



Harl. MSS. 1543, fo. 141" ; 1041, fo. 105". 

Aems. — Azure, a lion salient argent. 

Crest. — A leopard's face or letween ttvo wings expanded sable. 

Joh'es de Botetourt, D'n's de Weoleigh conflHrmauit Ric'o Attelye vnum ten' in 
Northffeld dat' die veneris p'ximo post ffest' S'c'i Valentin! 28 E. 3 (Harl. 1543). 

Patent vniuersis etc. me Will'm Attlye filiu' et heredem Joh'is Atthe diet' in 
the slade de Northffeld remisisse etc. Ric'o Alysander de Costen hse'dibus etc. totum 
ius men' et olameam qua habeo habui sen aliquo modo habere potuero in omnibus 
illis terris et tenementis redditibus seruitiis moleudiuis cum pertinentiis etc. Hijs 
testibus Joh'e Colmo, Tho. Hawkeslow, Rogero p'sona eccl'ia de Northifeld, Tho. 

27 Bdw. III. Sir John de Actou sold divers land in Chedder to Thomas, 3rd Lord Berkeley. 
(Berkeley MSS., fo. 330.) 

38 Edw. III. John, son of Odo de Acton, sold divers messuages, lands, and tenements in 
Blymbridge. Kingston, Gossington, and Hurst to Maurice, 5th Lord Berkeley. {Ibid., fo. 37L) 

159i. Trinity. Fine betw. Valentine Acton, gent., and Robert Acton, Esq., of the manor of 
Wormyugton alias W. ~ 



*;,,* Note that here and elsewhere in the notes in this volume P.K. will signify extracted from 
Parish Registers, and B.T. from the Transcripts of such Registers remaining in the Bishop's 
Registry at Gloucester, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 3 

Whatcrofte, Rogero Attlye, et alijs. Datum apud Northifeld die line proximo post 
festum S'c'te Luciee virginis A° Regni R's Hen. 4" duodecimo. 

John Alye of Northffeld in com. Worster.=i= 



William Alye=rBIargei7 d. of William Gari'ett of Handley 
of Northffeld. I Castell "in com. Worster. 

Anne d. of John Seward=pEdward Alye of Tewkesbury=pMary d. of John Wood- 



of Harington in com. 
Berks 3 wiffe. 



soiild Northflfeld as by y^ deed 
above specified. 



ward of .... in com. 
Cester. 



M MM 

William. Margery. 1. Edward=rElizabeth d, of 2. Thomas. 3. William 



I I 



— Alye. 

TheophiluB. Mary. 



Elizabeth. 



Thorn. White- — aprentice in 

head of y"^ Citty 4. Edward London, 
of Bristow. Alye. — 

5. Joseph. 



Margery d. and coheire. Anne. Mary. Elizabeth. 



^pparp. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 174". 



Henry Apparry of Ledbury in com. Hereford.T=. ... d. of ... . Seymer. 
^1 

John Appary of Appurley in com. Gloster.=pJoane d. of Richard Bernai'd. 

William Appaiy of Apurley.=j=EUenor d. of Thomas Birk. 
I 

Anne 8 yere old 1623. 



* This pedigree is in many respects inaccui-ate. Sec an article on the Family of Alye in the 
' Herald and Genealogist,' vol. vi., p. 223. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIEE. 



^nwlt. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 69. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Chihs, a chevron ermim between three pheotis or ; 2 and 

3, Sable, a chevron or between three hawks' lures argent. 
Crest. — A demirtiger rampant or, semee ofjiellets, holding between the paws afire-ball 

proper. 



Arnold of . 



=Sibbell d. of Madock ap Eniore ap Thomas. 



Roger Arnold.: 



Thomas Arnold of 
in com. Gloster. 



=Agne8 d. of Eic. Warnested. 

Arms. — Sable, a cross-crosslet 
argent. (Harl. MS. 1041.) 



John Arnold of [Churcham=T=Issabell d. of Elenor ux. S'' John Wriothesley 
— in pencU]. I Hawkins. Knt. al's G-arter King of Armes. 



Margerett^ d. of=pS'^ Nicholas Ai'nold=p. ... d. of . . . . Eichard Allice ux. 
S-- William Knt. 21 H. 8. | Ysham 2" wiffe. Arnold. Arther Porter. 

Dennis Knt. 



1. Eowland=j=Mary d. of John Bridges 3. William Catherine. 
Arnold. | Lord Chandos. ob. s.p. 



Jane 
natnralis. 



Dorothey d. and heire ux d. of=p: 



Thomas Lucy sou of S'' 
Thomas Lucy of Charle- 
cott in com. Warwick. 



Morgan. 



^2. John . 



Lanthony in com. 
Monmouth. 



:Anne d. of . . 
Tanffeld of . . 
in com. Essex. 



EUzabeth Dorothey ux. Nicholas Arnold=Lettice d. of S"^ Edward John a 
ob. s.p. Eobert Downes. of Lanthony Moore son of Garrard Captain. 

1638. Lord Viscount More of 

Ireland. 



This lady was the daughter of Sir William Denis, Elnt., by his wife Anne, daughter of 
" * ' ~ ' ~" Lord r " 



Maurice V. Lord Berkeley, to whom her uncle Thomas V. Lord Berkeley, by his will, gave 
200 marks to her marriage, which took place in 20 Henry VIII. She had issue Dorothy, who 
married Sir Thomas Lucy, who had issue Joyce, married to Sir William Cooke, Knt., whom 
Henry, Lord Berkeley, made one of his executors in trust. (Berkeley MSS., vol. iii., fo. 632.) See 
further. CooKE. 

37 Henry VIII. Inq. taken at Dursley 23 Nov., after the death of John Arnold, Esq. The 
jurors say the said was seized of the manor of Bosley, and that the said manor of Bosley etc., 



THE VISITATION OP &L0UCESTERSHIR11. 



^rtj)ui\ 



Harl. MSS. 1543,* fo. 74; 1041, fo. 43. 

Arms. — Gules, a chevron ermine between three organ-rests or. 

Thomas Arthur.=p 
I 



Edward Arthur.=Mary d. to Erasmus Pyne ^ 
Brymor in com. Somerset. 



Written Arther in this MS. 



Atkinson. 



Harl. MSS. 1543, fo. 169 ; 1041, fo. US''. 



Eichard Atkinson of the Citty of Oxford.= 



Anne ux. S"' 
William 
Wentworth 
of Wood- 
howse Knt. 

Mary ux. S' 
Francis 
Trapps Knt. 



Eobert Atkinson of the Inner=j=Joyce d. of Humffirey Ashffeld 
Temple Counsellor. I of Hethrop in com. Oxon. 



Joyce iix. 


Henry=^ 


pUrsula d. 


Richard 


Atkin- 


of Francis 


Josselyn 


son of 


Stoner of 


of New 


Stowell. 


Stoner in 


Hall in 




com. Oxon 


com. 




Knt. 


Essex. 







Ellenor ux. 


2. John 


Elizabeth 


S"' Thom. 


Atkin- 


ux.S-'John 


Bold of 


son. 


Leake of 


Bold in 




Edmonton 


com. 




m com. 


Lanck. 




Middlesex 


Knt. 




Knt. 



Robert ob, an infant. Mary ob. an infant. 



premises in Bosley, Westbury, Minsterworth, and Ley were held of William Baynbam, Esq., as 
of his manor of Westbury by fealty and annual rent of 5s., etc., and that Nicholas Arnold was 
his son and heir, and was aged 36 years 12 Sept. last past. 

Euardean. 1631. Edward Worrall and Joan Arnold mar. 15 Feb. 

1752. Mr. John JeiEreis of Cirencester and Miss Ann Arnold 

of Cheltenham „ 30 May. 

1605. Robert, son of Thomas Arnold, bap. 28 Sept.i 

1623. John Arnold bur. 4 Mar. 

Robert, son of Mr. .-inthouy Aruuld, „ 6 Jan. 



Elkstone. 



St. Michael, 
Gloucester. 



P.R. 
P.R. 
>-B.T. 



1684. 



* Hampnet. S' John Atkinson of Stowell, Knt., was buried there the third of Aprill An'o 
D'ni 1662. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHlKE. 



Harl. MSS. 1543, fo. 155 ; 1041, fo. 110. 
Arms. — Gules, seme of acorns or, a lion ramjyant argent. 

Thomas Attwood of Wynorverly or Wynolverly in com. Woster.=i= 
I 



Anthony Attwood. = 



Anthony. Elizabeth. 



Ai'ther Attwood of Stoke=pAllice d. of . . . . Many 
Bishop in com. Gloc. I [Maye — Earl. 1543]. 



Eobett Attwood of=pElizabeth d. of Bartie (?) 

Shii-ehampton in I [Barte — Harl. 1543] of y^ 
com. Gloc. 1623. Forest of Deane. 



Robert s.p. 



^tbJOOtl. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 155^ 
Arms. — None tricked. 
Will'm Atwood buried in the Church of Deynton in com. Gloster.=p 





John Attwood.=F 
1 






WUl'm Attwood.=p 
1 


1 1 
2. John. 3. Thomas. 


4. Richard. 


Andrew Attwood of Beach=f=Plli7,abeth d. of George 2. 
in com. Gloster. Raymond. 


John. 


3. Rowland. 



1. Will'm 2. George. Aune ux. Walter Mary ux Elizabeth. Susan. 

Attwood. — Cowhng of ... . Arundell of — 

3. Thomas, in com. Devon. in com. Somer- EUenor. 
sett. 



* Huntley. Margaret, dau. of Will 
died 29 Dec. 1686, aged 24. M.I. 

Stone. 1628. Ann, dau. of John Attwood, 



Atwood of Pauntley Court, married William Ellis, and 



bap. 13 Sept. 1 r. rp 
1629. Susannah, dau. of John Attwood, „ 3Jan. / •■^' 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



^plebjort]^. 



Harl. MSS. 1543, fo. 55" ; 1041, fo. 11 

Arms. — Argent, a /esse engrailed between six billets gules. 
Henry Aylefl'orth.=j=Hawis d. of Geffrey Wykeware. 



John Ayleworth.= 



John Ayleworth of Ayleworth in com. Gloster=i=Elizabeth "Walter Ayleworth.' 



ex chartis dat. 7 H. 7 and 18 H. 7 lord of 
the Mannor of Ayleworth and other lands in 
Caldicott. 



A" 18 H. 

7. 



John Ayleworth the younger of Ayleworth=pElizabeth. Anne ux Compton of 

18 H. 7, ob. inq. a° 16 H. 8, No. 113, Gloc. I Compton in com. Warw. 



1 wiffe=j= Anthony Ayleworth Esq'' was of Ayleworth in=j=Anne d. and coheire of 
d. of I com. Gloster. About 30 yeres of age at his Thom. Newers of Tack- 
.... father's deth. Ob. 7 Q. Elizabeth. ley in com. Oxon. 



4. Edmund 
ob. s.p. 



Peter Ayle-=rAnne d. of Thomas 6. Paule 



worth of Tack- 
ley in com. 
Oxon. 



Gower of Woodhall Ayleworth. 
in com. Worster. 



Frisroid ux. 
Walter New- 
samofChad- 
som in com. 
Warwick. 



1. Thomas Ayleworth. 2. William. 3. Edward. Ehzabeth 4 yeres old 

1574. 



2. John Ayleworth. Mary ux. Thomas 1. Richard Ayleworth=rElenor d. of 



3. Francis. 



Watson of Strat- 
ton. 



of Ayleworth Esq"^ at 
full age at the deth of 
his father. Ob. 21 Q. 
Elizabeth. 



William Gower 
of Woodhall in 
com. Worster. 



Edward Ayleworth of Ayleworth=j=Anne d. of Edmund Bray of 
Esq' 21 Q. Elizabeth. I Barrington in com. Oxon. 



Anne ux. Edmond Dorothy us. John Warren Mary. Elizabeth. Ellen. 
Maior of .... in of Snowshill in com. Gloster. 
com. Buckingham. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 



Bray Ayleworth of . . 
in com. Gloster Esq. 
1623. 



I I 

Lucy. Elizabeth. 



•Lucy d. of S'' Paul Tracy 
of Stanway in com. 
Gloster Knt. Baronett. 



3. Anthony. Gyles 
ob. 
s.p. 



Susan. Anne. Tracy Ayleworth 
11 yere old 1623. 



Richard. Gyles Thomas, 
s.p. 



Barltlep. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 73 ; 1548, fo. 50. 



Richard Barkley of Stoke in com.- 
Gloster Esq" ob. 3 or 4 H. 8. 



=Elizabeth d. of S'' HumfPi-ey Conuiugsby 
of .... in com Knt." 



John Barkley=f=Issabell d. of S' Morris 



ux. S'' Thomas 



nx. Will'm 



of Stoke Knt. 
ob. 1545. 



S' William Barkley Speake of White Ffrancis of 
Dennis Knt. of Bruton Lackington in com. Combe Fflore. 
Knt. .... Knt. 



Robert=pEllenor d. of=S'' Robert=f Elizabeth Mary 1 nx. Nicholas Elizabeth ux. 

Roe. Jermy Barkley d. of . . . . Walshe of ... . in Hen. Lison 

Antingham. of Stoke Reade of com 2 to S' of Upton 

Knt. Mitton Will'm Herbert o" ' 

1 wiffe. Swansey Knt. 



* Ayleworth is a hamlet in the parish of Naunton, in the transcripts from the registers of 
which parish we find the following : — 

Cir. 1601. Anthony, son of Mr. Bray Ayleworth, bui-. . . Feb. 

1624. Tracy, son of Mr. Bray Ayleworth, 
1638. Bray, son of Bray Ayleworth, Esq., 
1677. Mr."Kichard Aylworth 
1679. Barbara Aylworth 
1713. Mr. Abrah.am Aylworth 

1718. Joshua Aylworth, Esq., 

1719. Old Mrs. Ailworth of Ailworth in this parish 

She died at Cirencester. 
1733. Mr. Ailworth Freeman from Cheltenham 



St. Nicholas,) ,„„. 
Gloucester. ] "***• 



Mary, wife of Edward Aylworth, 
Edward Aylworth and Isabel Humphrys 



„ 20 Aug. 
„ 17 July. 
„ 3 April. 
„ 4 July. 

;; 22 Janf' 
„ 11 Feb. 


„ 2 May. 


„ 12 June. 


mar. U Dec. 



-B.T. 



Glouc. John Ayleworth gave the King 1 



, mark for a writ. (Rot. Fin., 5 Edw. IV., m. 5.) 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



S-^ Thomas 


Henry Barkleyn=Meriell d. of 


Dorothey. 2. "William 


1 1 1 
. ]\Iary ux. S"' 


Eoe Knt. 


of Stoake ob. 5 


Thorn. 





John Hunger- 




of King James. 


Throgmorton Aune. 


ford Knt. 






of Coughtou. 




Elizabeth ux. 


1 1 


1 1 


S-- Thorn. 


Mary d. of^Richard Barkley of=Jane d. of S"- 


Margaret ux. John 


Throgmorton 


Robert 


Stoake 1G23 [of Thomas 


Thomlinson of 


of Tortworth 


Roe. 


Stok Gifford and Merictt of 


Bristow. 


Knt. 


1 wiffe. 


Rancombco.Glouc. Eemnam in 




— 




—another hand]. com. Berks. 


Elizabeth. 


Catherine nx. 




2 wiffe. 




Rowland Lee 
of Longbrow. 



Mill 

Elizabeth. 



Ellen ux. George 
EUiott of God- — 

lemin in com. Muriell. 
Surrey. — 

Catherine. 

Mary. 



1. S^ Morris=rEhzabeth d. of 
Barkley of S-- Edward Cooke 
Stoake Knt. of Stoke Knt. 

one of y^ Privye 
CounselltoKing 
James. 



II II I 

2. John Barkley. 

3. Thomas. 

4. Gyles Barkley. 

5. Richard Barkley. 

6. Robert Barkley. 



Richard Berkley of^pElizabeth one of the three daughters of Harry Symraes 
Stoake Gififord Esq. I of frampton Cotterell in com. Glouc. 



I 

John Berkley of Stoake 



Note. — The two last descents .ire in another hand. 



3Sat{)crst. 

Hark MSS. 1041, fo. 112 ; 1543, fo. IGSi-. 

Arms. — Azure, two bars, and in chief three crosses pate'e or. 
Crest. — On a mount vert a horse statant " browne." 



Lawrancc Batherst of the Citty of Canterbury .n= 
^1 

Edward Batherst of Stapleherst 2. Robert Batherst=r. . . . d. of . . 
in com. Kent. Vide ' Kent.' of Horsmonden in I Saunders. 
y[^ com. Kent. 



10 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 

|A 

John Batherst of =pMai7 d. of John Dodg of 3. Paule Batherst 2. Stephen 

Wrotham in com. Kent, of Horsemonden. Batherst. 

renup. Francis Clampad or Vide ' Eent.' 
Clompajd [Clampard]. ^ 



Horsemonden. 



I 
Robert Batherst of Lechlad in com. Gloster=FElizabeth d. of=S'' John Laurance of 



Esq. Was high Shreevo 1611. Justice of 
Peace. 



Raffe Walter .... in com. 
[Waller]. Knt. 1 husb. 



I I I 

Robert Batherst 2. Edmond Batherst. Mary. 

lOyere old 1623. 



r.eohlade, B.T. 


16.S9. 


July 16. 


1K4(I. 


Oct. 1. 


1665. 


Dec. 29. 




Jan. 16. 


1670. 


March 1. 


1671. 


March 24 




April 24. 


16V4. 


July 13. 


„ 


Dec. 8. 


„ 


Sept. 18. 


„ 


Aug. 7. 


167.5. 


Jan. 6. 




Feb. 11. 




March 23. 


1676. 


Dec. 14. 


1678. 


Sept. 30. 


„ 


Nov. 19. 


„ 


Dec. 18. 


1679. 


Jan. 15. 




July 28. 


,j 


Feb. 28. 


16S0. 


Sept. 21. 


1681. 


Aug. 1. 


I6SH. 


Not. 1. 


1683. 


July 29. 


„ 


Sept. 27. 


168.5. 


Jan. 20. 


1688. 


May 4. 


1707. 


July 10. 


171f!, 


Jan. 19. 


1718. 


March 2. 


1719. 


Oct. 3. 


1723. 


Oct. 19. 


1 726. 


Oct. 8. 



Anne, d. of Edward Bathurst, b.ap. 

Mrs. Anna Bathurst, wife of Edward Bathurst, Esq., buried. 

Robert Bathurst. gent., and Mrs. Margaret Oatridge married by banns. 

Edward Gyles, geut.. and Mrs. Eliz.<ibeth Bathurst m.arried by licence. 

Robert Bathurst, s. of Robert Bathurst. gent., bap. ; buried May 30. 

Lawrence, s. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, bap. 

Mr. William Goodenough and Mrs. Annabella Bathurst married. 

Charles, s. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, bap. 

■Walter, s. of Mr. Edward Bathurst, bap. 

Mr. Robert Jordan and Mrs. Susanna Bathurst married. 

Sir Edward Bathurst, Knight and Baronet, buried. 

Margaret, d. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, gent., bap. 

Francis, s. of Edward B.athurst, gent., bap. 

Edward Bathurst, Knt. and Baronet, buried. 

Mary, d. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, bap. 

Walter, s. of Sir Edward Bathurst, buried. 

Margaret, d. of Robert Bathurst, gent., buried. 

Susanna, d. of Robert Bathurst, gent., buried. 

Hannah, d. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, bap. 

Charles, s. of Sir Edward and Mary Bathurst, bap. 

Miriam, d. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, buried. 

Edmund, s. of Mr. Robert Bathurst and Margaret his wife, bap. 

Mary, d. of Sir Edward Bathurst, bap. 

Lawrence, s. of Mr. Robert Bathurst, bap. 

John, s. of Mr. Robert and Miriam Bathurst, bap. 

Lawrence, s. of Mr. Robert B.ithurst, buried. 

Mr. George Coseter and Mrs. Mary Bathurst married. 

Sir Edward Bathurst buried. 

Mary Bathur.st buried. 

The Lady Mary Bathurst buried. 

Margaret Bathurst buried. 

Edni'', s. of Sir Francis Bathurst, buried. 

Eliz., d. of Fra. Bathurst, bap. 

Robert Bathurst. gent., buried. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



11 



BSaiicj!). 



Harl. MSS. 15i3, fo. 137"; 1041, fo. 105. 

Arms. — Gules, a /esse vaireletween three mullets azure. 
Crest. — On a ducal coronet or a talbot sejant sable. 

Granted by Cook, Clarenceux, 11 Nov. 1574.— Harl. 1041. 



Edwardi Baugh of Twining 
in com. Gloster. 



=Margerett2 d. of John Stratford 
of Farncott in com. Gloster. 





a° 1589. 


Hooknoi 


ton in com. Oxon. 




1. Edward 


=Constance' d. 


1 1 1 
Margerett ux. Thorn. 


Rowland Baugh = 


=Judith d. 


Baudi of 


of Thomas 


GnmsditchofGnms- 


of Melcomb m 


of Richard 


Twining 


Folliott of 


ditch in com. Cester. 


com. Oxon. 


Allison of 


Esq. 


Pyrton in 


— 


Vide ' Visitation 


London. 




com. Worster. 


Jlary ux. Thomas 
Nashe of .... in 
com. Warwick. 

Allice ux. Richard 

Wheeler of 

in com. Worster. 


of Oxon' made 
1634. [decom. 
Northampton.] 





I II I 

Thomas=Dorothy Stephen Bangh 2. Johu= 



ugh. d. of 


died in Voyage Baugh. 


John 


with S"- Francis 


Gower 


Drake Knt. 


of ... . 





in com. 


4. Richard Baugh. 


Worster. 


[=Dorothy d. of 




John Gower of 




Woodhall in com. 




Wig.] 



=Ellenor d. 
of Thorn. 
Copley of 
Bredon in 
com. Wors- 
ter. 



I 
3. William=pMary d. of 



Baush. 



William 
Wakeman 
of .... in 
com. 
Gloster. 



Thomas 2. Rowland A daughter. 
Baugh. Baugh. 



I I 
1. Edward Bang 



2. WiUiam Baugli 



Anne ux. 
Ambrose 
Newshm (?). 



» Will dated 25 August 1569 ; prob. at Gloucester 19 January 1571. Names wife Marjraret ; 
sons Rowland, Thomas, Robert, and William ; son-in-law Raffc I'crsons and his two dau'rs Wary 
and Joyes Persons ; son-in-law John Stevens and Anne his wife, and his d. Katherine Stevens ; 
his d. Anne ; and Rowland, youngest s. of his s. Robert Baugh. 

■ Will dated 15 May 1589 ; prob. at Gloucester 26 Sept. 1589. Names s. Rowland and Mary 
his wife, and their eldest s. Edward and Mary and Alice his dau'rs ; Helenor, d. of s. Robert 
Baugh, dec'' ; sister Dingley ; s. Thomas Baugh ; and s.-in-law RafEe Parsones. 

[.Vc^c continued ovcrlea^ 



12 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCBSTEESHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1543, flPo. 7" and 177" ; 1041, fo. 





From Heralds' Visitation of Gloucestersbire, 
1569, Heralds' Coll., D. 12, fo. 12.5; Harl. 
MS. 1513, fol. T''. 



As shewn on the standard of Sir Christopher 
Baynham, Kt., Cott. MSS., Claudius III. 



Arms (Harl. 1543, fo. 177). — Quarterly of six — 1, Gules, a chevron between three 
bulls' heads cabossed argent, armed m; for Baynham ; 2, Chiles, on a bend 
ermine a greyhound courant sable ; 3, Vert, six guffe's d'or, two, two, and two ; 
4, Or, a/ess bettveen six crosses-croslet gules ; 5, Azure, a cross bettveen four 
leopards' faces or ; 6, Ermine, a chevron and chief sable, above the chevron a 
leopard's face .... 

Another Shield (Harl. 1543, fo. 177). — Quarterly of eleven — 1, Batntiam, as 
above ; 2, Azure, on a chief argent three mullets gules ; 3, Argent, on a bend 
sable three eagles displayed or ; 4, Gironny of eight sable and gules, a lion 
ranqjant or; 5, Argent, on a bend sable three calves jjassant or ; 6, Azure, 
two bars gemell or, in chief a file of five points of the second ; 7, Gules, a 
cJievron between ten crosses pattee argent ; 8, Quartei-ly or and gules, in the 
first quarter a lion passant guardant azure ; 9, Sable, three fusils conjoined 
in fess or; 10, Sable, a lion rampant queve'e fourchee or; 11, Or, a lion 
rampant sable, crowned gules. 

' This lady was the daughter of Thomas Foliot of Pyrton, co. 'Wore., by Elizabeth bis wife, 
daughter of \Villi.im Ligon of Madresfield in the same couuty, by Eleanor, d.aughter of Sir William 
Deuys, by Anne, daughter of Maurice V. Lord Berkeley. (Berkeley MSS., fo. 360.) 
* Twining, B.T. 

Edward Baugh, gent., buried. 
Richard Baugh, Esq., buried. 
Edward Baugh, gent., buried. 

Judeth, d. of Richard Baugh, gent., and Lucy his wife, bap. 
Thomas, s. of Richard Baugh, gent., and Lucy his wife, bap. 
Thomas, s. of Rich.ard Baugh. gent., and Lucy his wife, bap. ; buried 
22 Aug. following. 



1679, 


July 15, 


1683, 


June 27. 


1686, 


June 10. 


1693. 


Sept. 12 


im. 


Dec. 12. 


1700. 


Nov. 22. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



13 



Arms (Had. 1041). — Quarferlij of eight— \, Baynham ; 2, Deane, Azure, on a 
chief argent three mullets gules ; 3, Abbnhall, Argent, on a bend sable three 
eagles displayed vnth two heads or ; 4, Ouldcastell, ^»y/e«f, a tower sahle ; 

5, Vanne, Per pale gules and or, an eagle displayed with tivo heads sahle ; 

6, Mathew, Sable, a lion rampant argent ; 7, Veale, Argent, on a bend 
sable three calves passant or ; 8, SoORE, Quarterlg or and gules, in the first 
quarter a lion passant guardant azure. 

Crest. — A bull's head couped at the neck. 

S' John Joyce Knt.=p. . . . d. of S'' John Button Knt. 



I 
Phillip Joyce." 



Wiirm Joj'ce of Newland.= 



John ob. s.p. Itichard Joyce.=pLettice d. of Hen. Pembridg. 



John Joyce.=p 



Reignald lord=p 
of Abrahall. 



I I 

John s.p. Robert s.p. 



S'' William Deane Knt. lord of 
in com. Gloster. 



Robert=pMargerett. Raffe lord of=pIssaboll d. Jane d. and coheire 
Grendoure. I Abrahall. I and coheire. vx. Raff ap Einon. 



Lawrance Grendoure.=pMargerett d. of Raffe lord of Abrahall. 
I 



S'' John Grendoure Knt.=pMarian d. and heire of 
I 



Hatway. 



I I 

Thomas Walwyn.=pEhzebeth sister and heire. Robert Grendoure.=p 

A daughter lady Delaward after Countes of Worcester. 



Raffe ap Eignon.=T=Joane d. and coheire of S"' Will'm Deane 
of Greate Deane in com. Gloster. 

[For Pedigree of this lady see ' Trans. Bristol 
and GIouc. Archjeol. Soo.,' toI. vi., p. 181.] 



Thomas ap Eigr 



7 E. 3.=p 
^1 



Thomas ap Eignon 34 E. 3.= 



John ap Eignon=pElizebet.h d. of . . . . marid to her=. . . . Berew 
B R. 2. 13 husband S' Huffh Monmouth Knt. 2 husband. 



14 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Robert=pMargerett d. of . . . 
Abrale [Abrahall- 
!iignon. Harl. 1041]. 



Thomas. Robert. AYill'm Bayaham of=p 
Callis. I 



Robert Baynbam of Callis. 



Margerett 
vx. Thorn. 
Derhurst. 



[John Dere- 
hurst — Harl. 



Margerett d. of=j=Thomas Baynham= 
of Clorewall in the 
Forest of Deane. 
[Marid Margerett 
d. of Der- 
hurst 17 H. 6— 
Harl. 1041.] 



1041.] 



Richard Huddy, 
Justice. 1 wiffe. 
[Harl. 1041 says 
she was d. of 
John Huddey, 
Cheffe Justice of 
England.] 



1 I I 

■Allice d. of Thomas Richard. 
Walwyii. [Harl. — 

1041 calls her d. William, 
and heire to "W" 
Wallyn of Bicker- 
ton.] 



Will'm^f^Ellinour Margerett or Anne.=pS'' Allexander Bayn-^pElizebeth d. of 



Baynham d. of 1 wiffe. 

[2sonne]. Richard [Harl. 1041 says 

Amereys. Margarett d. and 

heire to S"^ Rich. 

I Vanne Kt. Arms: 

[John Baynham— Per pale g. and or, 

Harl. 1041.] «» eagle displ. 2 

heads sa.'] 



ham [of Westbury 
Kt.]. 



Henry .Tracye 
widdowof . 
Langley. 



I I 

[Thomas Baynham [EUen- 
— Harl 1041.] 1041.] 



I I I 
Elizebeth nx. Robert Russell. 
[2 to Robert Throgmorton 
Kt.— Harl. 1041.] 

Jane vx. jBToulk Walwyn. 

vx. [Si^] Gyles Bridges. 



Anne ux. Henry 
Clifford. 2 to 
Will'm Teye [Tege 
—Harl 1041]. 

Agnes [Annes or 
Suzana vxor Rauffe 
Buttler— Harl. 
1041]. 



I 
S^ Christopher 
Baynham of 
Coiwell in 
com. Gloster 
Knt. 



■Joane d. of 
S^ Thomas 
Morgan of 
Pencoyd 
Knt. 



I I 

. . d. of Wiirm=fS'' George Baynham=pScisseley d. of S' John [John Bayn- 

Kingston. 1 wiffe. of Clorewall in com. Gage of ... . in com. ham — Harl. 

Gloster Knt. Knt. 2 wiflTe. 1041.] 



Joane vx. S"" Anthony Mary vx ffenton Anne vx. John Jane vx 

Strelley of Streliey of .... in com. Not- Strelley brother Tuberffeld or 

Knt. brother of John, tingham. of S"' Anthony. Turberfeld. 

Dorothey vx. Roger Allice vx Brayne Phillip vx.WiU'm 

Williams of Langybby of .... in the fforest Conox or Connox. 

in com. Monmouth. of Deane. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIKE. 



15 



1. Christopher=Bridgett d. of 
Baynham ob. Arther Porter 
s.p. sister of S'' 

Thorn. Porter 
Knt. that ob. 
at Callis. 



I I 
Eichard 

ob. s.p. Bayuham, 
[2 Sonne.] 



D| 



I I 



John 
ob. s.p. 



3. Thomas=pMary d. of 4. Georj^ 
[S']Wiirm Baynham. 
Winter — 

[Kt.]. [Barbara— 

Harl.1041.] 



Joane vx. John Vaughan of Kinersley. 



Scisseley vx. S'' William Throgmorton 
Knt. [and baronet]. 

[For continaation of this pedigree see ' Trans. 
Bristol and Glouo. Archaeol. 8oc.,' vol. vii., 
P- 194 .] 

I 
John Bayuham of ■\Vestbery.=pAnne d. and coheire of S^ David Mathew of 
I Raider Knt. [by Anne d. and h. of Rob' Veale]. 
I 



[For continuation of this pedigree see 
' Trans. Bristol and Glouc. ArchiEol. See.,' 
vol. vi., p. 186.] 



WUl'm Bayiiham= 
of Westbery. 



Anne d. of Raffe Blenerhassett of Princethorpe in com. Norffolk. 
[According to Harl. 1041 she was da. of S'' Raffe Blanerhassett 
of Suflfolli Knight.] 



1. Robert [2. Alexander. Mary d. of=p[4.] Joseph Bayn-=pJoane d. of Will'n 



5. Frauncis. 



All s.p.— Harl. 
1041.] 



Bon- 
ham of 
.... in 
com. Wilts. 
2 wiSe 

[S2C]. 



ham of Westbery 
m. to his 1 wiflTe 

d. of 

Hampton and shea 
ob. s.p. 



Smyth of Browns- 
hill in com. GIos- 
ter. 2 wiffe [sk^. 
[Widowe to Tho. 
Becke. 0. on a f esse 
g. 3 fleurs-de-lis a. 
bet. 3 crosses sa. — 
Harl. 1041.] 



Anne ould Elizabeth vx. John Hay ward of 
and un- .... in com. Heraflford. [Hey- 
maried. ward of Shropsh. — Harl. 1041.] 



Dorothy vx. Will'm Clother- 
buck of Kings Stanley in com. 
Glocester. 



I 
AUexander Baynham=pElizebeth d. of Arnold 2. Joseph 



of Westbery. 



Oldsworth [of Brodley] Baynham. 
Clarke of the hamper 
to King James. 



Anne vx. Richard 
Barrow of West- 
bery. 



I I II 

1. Joseph Baynham. 2. Allexandcr Baynham. Luccy. Elizabeth. 



I I 

Elizebeth [Mary] vx. Danyell= 

Will'm Rudston [of Baynham 

Midalsex]. of West- 

=p bery. 



Johr 



Edward. Marv. Anno. 



Silvester 


Mary [Elizabeth] 


Anna vx. [Edward] 


d. of 


vx. Thom. Elber- 


Weston [of Sur- 


John 


ton Aberton ob. 


rey]. 


Hamp- 


s.p.' . 




ton. 




Margerett 
[ob. s.p.]. 



16 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSBIRE. 



1. Sam well Baya-=pMargerett d. of 2. Daniell=Vrsula d. of Bostock Mary, 
ham of the Grange Allexaader Wal- Baynham. ffulwer of Tandridg — 

in Westbery I6i'3. wyn of ... . in Courte in com. Surrey Judeth. 

com. Hereflford. and widdow of ffrancis — 

Pollard of Xewnham Sarah. 



I Courtney in com. Oxon 

Joseph Baynham Dorcas. ob. October 1G37. 

2 yereold 1623. 



* See extension of this pedigree, ' Trans. Bristol and Gloucestershire Arch^ol. Soc.,' vol. vi., 
p. 181, which Society has kindly allowed the use of the blocks of arms. 

Bond dated 29 May, 16 James, whereby Daniel Baynham, senior, of le Grange of Wallmnore 
within the parish of VVesbury, co. Glouc, gent., and Samuel Baynham, gent., son and heir- 
apparent of the said Daniel, hold themselves bound to William Bayse of Chayhile in p'ish 
of Wesbury in £200 to observe the conditions of certain Indentures for the purchase of an 
orchard in Wesbury. Crest : A bull's head couped. 

Newland. 1614. Christopher Baynham and Elizabeth Harper mar. 20 Feb. ) 

„ 1661. Blanch, dan. of Christopher Baynham, bur. 11 Feb. ^ P.R. 

„ 1663. Christopher Baynham „ 1 May. ) 

Lydney. 1588. Elizabeth, wife'of John Baynham, „ 23 May. 1 

„ 1673. Thomas Hawker and Frances Baynham mar. 7 Dec. 

Awre. 1632. John Baynham and Elizabeth Merrett ,, 80 Sept. Ip^p 

1639. Thomas, son of Thomas Baynham, bap. 25 Aug. ( ' ' 

St. Nicholas, 1696. Nathaniel Baynham of Ross and Anne Hale of | 

Gloucester. Little Deane mar. 21 Oct. J 

Will of Thomas Baynam of Bristowe, dated 23 March 1528, living in the parish of Eanwyke, 
CO. Glouc. To be bur. in par. church of St. Nicholas Standeys. Names his mother Elizabeth 
Kemype. Lands in Longhope, Newnham, Lydney, and St. Briavels vests in trustees to the use 
of Walter Wynston, his brother-in-law, and Margaret his wife, testator's sister. Names his sister 
Anne Lamme and her daughter Joyce Lamme, his cousin Davy Broke and his cousin James 
Clifford, Esq. Walter Wynston, ex'or. Prob. 16 April 1529 (4, Jankyn). 

Will of Richard Baynam, citizen and saddler of London, dated 24 Aug. 1558. To be bur. in 
Church of St. James in Southwark. Names bro. Thomas Baynam, Joan his wife and his eight 
children, viz., Robert, Nicholas, John, William, Alice, Magdalen, Anne, and Elizabeth. Appoints 
wife Joan ex'tris. In a codicil names Lawrence Kidvyelly his cousin and his wife ; his brother- 
in-law Roger Orton and his (testator's) sister his wife ; brother George Write and his wife. 
Probate 29 Oct. 1558 (65, Noodes). 

Will of Margaret Baynam, widow, dated 1 Sept. 1558. Gives each of her sisters 40s. for rings. 
To each of her sister Capcote's children 40s. Residue to cousui Henry Planckey, who is made 
ex'or. Prob. 11 Jan. 1558 (21, Welles). 

Will of Richard Baynam, citizen and goldsmith of London, dated 31 May, 2 Elizab. Father 
Christopher Baynam and Lucy his wife, testator's mother ; Edward Fludgate his brother-in-law ; 
his sister Gayer, widow. Appoints Richard Newton, Preacher of the Word ; Thomas Audley, 
Robert Morgan his father-in-law, Robert Wootton his countryman, and cousin Stephen Lancastle 
overseers, because his son Robert is of tender years. Codicil, dated 15 July 1G26, names kins- 
man Richard Henbury, cousin George Lawes, aunt Walter, and cousin Stephen Lawes. Prob. 
9 July 1626 (101, Hele). 

Will of Thomas Baynham of Noxon Park, dated 7 Feb. 1587. To be bur. in parish church of 
Newland. To Cycelye his daughter ; friends Christopher Ayhvay and George Partridge of 
Newland ; Thomas Baynham his second son ; Christopher Baynham his son ; George Baynh.ira 
his youngest son. Tenement in Breame to Mary his wife for life, remainder to Richard Baynham 
his son and heir. Appoints his wife sole ex'trix. Probate 8 May 1588. 

Will of Thomas Baynham of Chipping Sodbury, dated 28 Nov. 1587. To be buried there. 
Mary Smith his daughter ; Edward Smyth's children ; son Nicholas Baynham's children, Harry, 
Margaret, and Mary Baynham ; Richard Moryce's sons, Anthony, Tobias, Richard, and Samuel. 
Testator's wife Christian, whom he makes executrix. Probate 26 Sept. 1588. 

Will of Henry Baynham of Yeat, co. Glouc, dated 10 June 1613. Ann Bromley his dau. and 
her children ; Elizabeth Walter .and her children ; sun Alexander. Testator's wife Mary ex'trix. 
George Back and .^dam Baynham, overseers. Probate 21 Sept. 1014. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



17 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 89" ; 1543, fo. 94. 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron hehveen three hawks' Mis gules two bars gemelles of 
the first, on a chief of the second a hawk's hire between two martlets of the field. 

Ceest. — An arm embowed, vested gules, hand proper grasping a battle-axe, staff 
gules, head argent. 

Bell.^ 

l_ 

S"' Thomas Bell Knt. Maior of the Citty Thomas Bell the yonger was=pSibbell d. 
of Bristow temp. H. 8 ob. s.p. the 3" Maior of Gloster. I of ... . 



William Bell of Sandherst=pAnne d. of . . 
in com. Gloster. I of Sandherst. 



Hey ward 



Jane ux. Thomas Dennis 
of the Citty of Gloster. 



John ['Williami]=j=Joane d. of John Dodeswell 
Bell of Sand- of Bushley in com. Worster. 



John[WilKami]= 
Bell of Sand- 
herst 1623. 



Anne d. of John 
Winyate of the 
Old Grange in 
com. Gloster. 



2. Edward Bell of=pAnne d. of 
Sherborne in com Parr. 

Gloster. 



I 
1. Thomas 
Bell 15 
yere old 
1623. 



Hester 1 yere old 



2. Thomas 
Bell. 



I I 

Joane ux. Am 
Eichard 



' According to official copy in the Heralds' College ' 
attests the pedigree. 

* From Sandhurst Parish Registers. 
1560. Margaret Bell 
Thomas Bell 
William Bell 
John Bell of Reeding 
Thomas Bell 
Thomas Bell 
Edward Bell 
1573. Thomas Bell 
1575. Susan Bell 
1580. John Haunce and Cyble Bell 

1588. William, son of William Bell, 

1589. Gyles, son of William Bell, 

1590. Thomas, sou of Wyllyam Bell, 
1592. Johane, dau. of William Bell, 

Gyles, son of William Bell, 
Nicholas Bower and Margaret Bell 
Wyllyam Bell, gentylma', the elder, 
Willyam Bridges and Susan Bell 
Agnes Bell, widowe, 
William Bell, gent., 
Eichard Bridges and Johann Bell 
1624. Mary, dau. of William Bell, gent., 



1562. 
1565. 
1567. 



1571. 



1593. 
1594. 
1601. 
1607. 
1612. 



each case, and William 



bap. 15 Nov. 

„ 11 Oct. 

„ 23 Dec. 
bur. 17 April. 

„ 24 Sept. 
bap. 1 Sept. 

„ 18 Dec. 
bur. 23 April, 
bap. 20 Nov. 
mar. 30 July, 
bap. 9 June. 

„ 30 Oct. 

„ 22 Dec. 

„ 27 May. 

„ 31 Oct. 
mar. 17 Sept. 
bur. 7 Oct. 
mar. 14 Jan. 
bur. 12 Aug. 

„ 26 March, 
mar. 20 Oct. 
bap. 6 March. 

[ Continued overleaf. 
D 



18 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 26" ; 1543, fo. 10*. 
Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Arffent, three bears' heads couped at the neclc saile, 
muzzted or, a chief azure, Berewe ; 2, Vert, a bend between six crosses forme'e 
fitchee or, Derehurst ; 3, Azure, a /esse between six lions' heads erased or, 
Harffeld. 
Crest. — A sea-horse's head erased saile lezantee, filmed or. 
[John Dere]iurst.]=f-[Janne.] 



17 H. 6. Thomas Derehurst.=j=Jone d. to .... 17 H. 6 [or ace. to 
Arms.— F«?-/, a bend betw. I Harl. 1041, Jlargarett d. of Eob' 
six crosses formee fitchie or. A | Bajnham of Westbury]. 



1625. Marie, dau. of William Bell, gent., 

1626. WilUam, son of William Bell, gent., 

1629. John, son of William Bell, gent., 

1630. William, son of William BeU, gent., 
„ John, son of William Bell, gent., 

1633. Anne, dau. of William Bell, gent., 

1636. Sarah, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Anne his wife, 

1638. Mr. Thomas Eoberts and Mrs. Hester Bell 

1639. Anne, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Anne, 

1640. William, son of William Bell, gent., and Anne, 
1653. William Bell, gent., 

1655. Mrs. Ann Bell, widdow, 

1663. Thomas, sou of Mr. William Bell and Elizabeth, 

1664. Henry, son of Mr. William Bell and Mrs. Elizabeth, 
1666. Elizabeth, dau. of Mr. WilUam Bell and Mrs. Elizabeth, 

1668. Anne, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Elizabeth, 

1669. Posthumus, son of William Bell, dec., and EUzabeth his widow, 
„ William Bell, senior, 

„ Elizabeth, dau. of Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, widow. 

1690. William, son of William and Mary Bell, gent., 

„ Mary, wife of William Bell, gent., 

1706. Mr. William Bell of Bengrore 

1718. William, son of William Bell, gent., 

1720. Anne, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 

1722. Nathaniel, son of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 

1723. Catherine, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 

1725. Catherine, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Catherine. 

1726. John, son of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 

1727. Mary, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 
„ John, son of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 
„ Mrs. Bell of Bengrove, widow, aged 86, 

1729. Rebekah, dau. of William Bell, gent., and Catherine, 
„ Mary, dau. of William Bell, gent., 

„ Catherine, wife of William Bell, gent., 

1730. Posthumus Bell of y= City of Gloucester, gent.. 

1735. William Dodwell Bell, son of John Bell of Gloucester, by 
Swanne his wife, 

„ John, son of Mr. John Bell and Swanne, 

1755. Mr. William Bell 

1774. Mrs. Mary Bell, widow, 

1794. Francis Bell 
Frampton-on-Severn. 

1748. Edmond Phillips of Gloucester, gent., and EUzabeth Bell of 
Sandhurst 
St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1689. Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John Bell, 
Norton. 

1744. Luke Singleton, Esq., and Mary Bell, gent., 
)98. Easter. William Bell suffered a fine to John Clerk and others of a 
hurst. (Ped. Fin.) 



bur. 17 Jan. 
bap. 20 Jan. 

„ 7 June, 
bur. 20 July. 

„ 22 July, 
bap. 23 March. 

„ 21 Aug. 
mar. 7 Oct. 
bur. 15 Aug. 
bap. 18 Oct. 
bur. 4 May. 

., 9 Oct. 
bap. 23 July. 

„ 14 Sept. 

„ 5 March. 

„ 27 July. 

„ 19 March, 
bur. 31 July. 

„ 27 Aug. 
bap. 17 AprO. 
bur. 9 May. 

„ 30 Sept. 

,, 14 March, 
bap. 21 Aug. 

„ 31 May. 

,, 19 Jan. 
bur. 23 July, 
bap. 30 June. 
3 Sept. 
5 Not. 
14 Nov. 
8 April. 
1 May. 
11 Dec. 
24 Aug. 

1 April. 
20 July. 
18 April. 

3 Jan. 
11 March. 



mar. 9 March. B.T. 
bur. 23 Aug. B.T. 



mar. 5 Aug. B.T. 
tenement in Sand- 



bur. 



Aems. — Argent, three bears 
heads couped at the neck azure, 
muzzled or ; a chief of the 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 19 

a! 

hn Dere-=rJone d. to 
17 H. 6. 



Walter Berewe.=pElizabeth d. Thomas 



to sans 



Joh 
hurst. 



Thomas 
Derehurst. 



John 



Berewe of= 
Bevre ia com. 
10 H. 7. 



=Jone [Agnes — Harl. 1041] d. and heire of 
John Hariffeild of Hariffeild 10 H. 7. 

Arms. — Azure, a fesse letiv. six lions' 
heads ei-ased or. 



Thomas Derehurst 
sansyssuSH. 5[si(;]. 



Richard Berewe.=pJone d. and heire of Richard Hawkins. 
I 



Edmund Berewe of flfelcombe 



ffelcourt.=pffrances d. of James ClyflFord. 



Edward 2 sonn. (2) Catherin d. 

— to ... . Boul- 
John 3 sonn. ton of Cawson 

— in com. War- 
Richard 4 sonn. wic. 




^(1) Elizabeth Mara;aret. Mary, 
d. to [Ed- — — 

moud] ffoxe. Eleanor. Elizabeth. 



I I 

Suzau wife to Richard Dover. Richard Berewe. 



Mary d. of=pEdmond Berewe=Eleanor 

.... ffowler of ffelcourte son d. of 

de com. Sal- andheir,ofAwre. 

lop [fford of Helmes. 

Shropsh. — 

Harl. 1041]. 



John=Martha Dorothey James 
Berewe d. of wife to War- sans 
Charles ren Gough 2 yssu. 
ffoxe. son to ... . 
Gough of 
Howelsfeild 
in com. 
[Glouc.]. 



[of 
New- 
land]. 



Will'm Berew 13 
[15] yere old 
1623. 



2. John 
Berew. 



3. James. 4. Richard. 



II II 

Elizabeth. Martha. 

Mary. Ellinor. 



Quedgeley. 

1564. Mr. Richard Barrowe, Esquire \_sic\, bur. 6 March. 
1.566. Roger Berrowe, gent., ., 25 July. 

1570. Mr. John Nicholls and Mrs. Elenora Banow mar. 8 Oct. 

1584. Elizabeth Berowe, gen., bur. 8 Oct. 

1588. Susanna Berowe, d. of James Berowe, bap. 31 March. ) P.R. 
1591. Richard, s. of James Berowe, „ 29 Aug. 

1606. A daughter of Edmund Berrow and his wife, still-born, bur. 6 Nov. 

1608. William, s. of Edmund Berowe, bap. 10 April. 

1626 William, son and heire of Mr. Edmund Burrow, bui-. 12 May. / 

{^Continued overleaf. 



20 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 

Harl. MSS. 1543, fo. 111»; 1041, fifo. 94^ 116. 

Arms. — None tricked. 

William Bird dyed at Bradfford=r d. of . . . . 

in com. Worster. I Butler [Eutter^]. 



William Bird of Evesham=f=Anne d. of Eobert Cox of Castelton [Dapelton — 
in com. Worster. I Harl. MS. 1041] in com. Worster [Castlemortoni]. 



Peter Bird of Wootton under=j=Mary d. of Humffrey Forster of Boys in 
Edge in com. Gloster. I p'ish of Dimock in com. Gloster. 

Mary ux. Will'm Anne. 4. Anthony. 2. Gyles Bird. William Bird 
Leigh of Payns- — — 22 yere old 1623. 

wick. Susan. 3. Richard Bird. 



1632. John Berrowe, Esquire, and Mary Histings [Hastings, vide 

' Visit. Oxon, 1634,' Harl. Soc. Pub., vol. v., p. 262] mar. 29 Nov. 

1633. Elizabeth, d. of John Berowe, Esquire, bap. 1 Oct. 
1641. Edmund Berrowe, Esquire, bur. 29 Nov. 
1670. Margaret, d. of Mr. Thomas Barrow and Margaret, bap. 12 April. 
1674. William, s. of Mr. Thomas Barrow and M.argaret, „ 2 Sept. 
1711. Thomas Barrow, of Hardwick, and Anne Hayward mar. 15 July. 
1717. Domina Margaretta Barrow, vi'se, sepult. 27 Sept. 
1730. Ann, wife of Thomas Barrow of Field Court in the parish of 

Hardwick, bur. 15 June. 
Awre. 

1670. Marthah, d. of John Barrow, bap. 30 Aug. 

„ Dorothy Barrow bur. 2 April. 

1672. Mrs uxor Georgii Barrowe de Haies, sepult. 

1673. Jacobus Barrowe bur. 15 Jan. 

1681. Charles, s. of Thomas Barrowe, Esq', bap. 13 Sept. 
,, A child baptized in the house of Captain John Barrow, a 

stranger whose name was John, „ 29 Oct. 

„ Alexander, s. of Captain Barrow, „ 22 Nov. 

„ Elizabeth, wife of Captain Jo. Barrow, bur. 27 Nov. 

1682. Captain John Barrow „ 16 April. \ B.l 
„ Samuel, s. of Captain John Barrow, „ 20 AprO. ' 

1683. Mary, d. of John Berrow by Margaret his wife, bap. 18 Sept. 
„ Captain Thomas Barrow, Esquire, bur. 6 June. 

1684. Thomas, s. of John Berrow by Margaret his wife, „ 11 June. 

1688. Mary, d. of George Barrowe, gent., by Mary his wife, bap. 10 Aug. 

5lem°. Parents sayd to be married, but not proved. 

1689. Lettice, d. of George Barrow, gent., bur. 19 March. 

1692. Berea, s. of George Barrow, gent., by Mary his wife, bap. 19 June. 

1693. John Barrow, gent., bur. 11 Sept. / 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 21 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 164\ 
Gyles Blomer of Cowley in com. Gloster.=p 

i 



"William Blomer of Cowley .=pElleQor d. of Thom. Davis 
of Strod in com. Gloster. 



Giles Blomer of=pMary d. of Thomas Fifeld of Farmington 
Cowley 1623. in com. Gloster. 



II II 

} 3. Mary. 5. Frances. 



1. Maigerett. 



I I 



1. Willia 



iam Blomer 2. Henry. 4. John. 

— — — 22 yere old 1623. — 

2. EUenor. 4. Anne. 6. Elizabeth. 3. Gyles. 



3Slomn\ 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 71 ; 1543, fo. 87*. 
Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Or, on an inescutcheon argent a lion rampant luithin 
a hordure gules, Blomer ; 2, Gules, a saltire vair, Willington ; 
3, Gules, a griffin segreant or, a chief chequy or and gules, over all a bendlet 
ermine, Wellesbournb. 
Crest. — A tiger sejant gules, ducally gorged, lined, tufted, and erined or. 

William Blomer of com. 'Westmorland.=T=[. ... d. of ... . Crosby.^] 

I 
John Blomer of Hagthorpe=rAune d. and coheire of ... . 
[Hatherop^] in com. Gloster. I Willington of .... in com. 
Warwick.^ 



2 wiflfe 


=j= William Blomer=f 
of Hagthorpe 
or Hatherop. 


Martha 2* d. and coheir of Oliver Edward 
Wellesbourne of Westhaney in com. s.p. 
Berks [brother of Jo. WeUisborneS]. 


2. Richard^ 
Blomer. 


= Emma. =8'' Henry = Bridget d 
Blomer of ... . 
of Hag- Kemish 
thorpe [Kemys 
Knt. —Harl. 
1623. 1041] of 
in 


Johan Blomer ux. Hen. 2. [ John.^] 
Fisher of .... in 
com. Wilts. 

Ellenor ux. Simon 
Vnwyn of .... in 
com. South'ton. 






com. . . . 




A 




1 wiffe. 





' B.T. Cowley. 1623. Tbomas Honvood and Margaret Blomer mar. 17 Nov. 
- According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
1601-2. Hil. Henry Blomer, Esq., suffered a fine to W. Lord Chandos in the M. of Meysie, 
Hampton, etc. (Fed. Fin.) 



22 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIUB. 

A I 

I 

William Blomer of . . . .=f=Mary d. of . . . . 
in com 1623. I Banester. 



Heneiy Blomer a twin Gyles Blomer a twin 
with Gyles. with Henery. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 153''. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 8, Barry jielmlee of six or and sable, in chief three 
iorteaux; 2, Argent, two wolves passant saMe, within a iordure or, charged 
with ten saltires gules ; 3, Argent, a tower triple-towered azure ; 4, Vaire 
argent and azure ; 5, Paly of six m and azure, a chevron ermine; 6, Quar- 
terly vaire and gules; 7, Arge7it, a lion's head erased sahle, crowned or. 

Crest. — A bull's head couped sable, armed or, in front of a sun proper. 

S"^ "Will'm Blount Knt.^p d. and heire 

of the Garter. I of .... S' Maure. 



S' John Blount of "Walter Blount of . . . .=rEllenor d. and heire of Will'm 
Sodington Knt. in com. Warwick. I lord Beauchamp of Each. 

S"' Walter Blount=pGraciau de Boyall d. and heire of 
Knt. I . . . . Ayala a Spaniard. 

I \ n I 

1. Sr Thomas 3. James=p. ... d. of Roger 2. John. Constance ux. 
Blount Knt. Blount of I Parker of — John Sutton, 

Grendon. Lelingshall. 4. Peeter. lord Dudley. 



Roger Blount of=rElizebeth d. of S"^ Robert Thomas=p. . . . d. and heire of Richard 

Gryndon Courte Whitney of Whitney in Clynton. I Gouys by the d. and heire of 

in com. Here- com. Hereflford Knt. Will'm Newcomen. 

fford. A I B I 

* Hatherop. 

1613. Elizabeth, d. of Henry B'isher, geut., bapt. 4 April, buried 5 April 

„ William Blomer, Esq., buried 14 April. 

1638. Frances Blomer, d. of John Blomer, Esq., buried 10 August. 

„ John Blomer, Esq., buried 30 Dec. 

1685. John Blomer, late of Hatherop, Esq., buried 30 Sept. 

1686. William Blomer, Esq., buried 3 April. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



23 



A| 



B| 



Thomas Blount=r. . . . d. and coheire Walter Bloimt^pMargerett d. and heire 



of Grendon. 
Vide Herefford. 



of Richard 
Brids-es. 



ofEldersfeldin 
com. Worster. 



of Thomas Clynton. 



Blount of Eldersfeld.=f=ParneU d. of . 
I 



Pistow of Pistow. 



WiirmBlount=j=Joane d. 2. John Blount 3. Thomas Blount==. ... d. of Richard 

of Eldersfeld. of John a quo Blount of a quo Blount de Leech of ... . in 

Home. Church Downe. Mintie. com. Darby Esq^ 



1. John Blount= 
of Eldersfeld. 



=Joane d. of 
John Sneade 
of Stanton. 



I 1 

2. WiU'm. 

3. Richard. 



Thomas. Joane vx. W™ 
Douton. 



1. Thomas=j=Elizebeth 



Blount. 



d. of James 
Clarke. 



2. James^Emme d. 
Blount, j of . . . . 
Joanes. 



Ill I 

1. Samwell Blount. Anne. 



3. Will': 



John Blount of= 
St Phillips nigh 
Bristow. 



I I I 
1. Thomas Blount. 



2. Nicholas. 



3. John Blount. 



I I 
Anne vx. 
Edward 
Peeres. 

Elizebeth. 



■Margery d. of 
Will'm Ridley 
of Newlands 
Courte. 



I 
Bridgett vx. Wil- 
liam Chester of 
S' PhiUips nigh 
Bristow. 



Blount. 



Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 42. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, two bars azure, over all an escarhmcle of eight 

rags or ; 2, Or, three birds close ppr. ; 3, Azure, a chevron argent. 
Crest. — A sea-lion ermine, ducally crowned or. 



Johan Blount of Mangersfeild=p 
in com. Glocest"^. I 



Thomas Aberle=f=Alice d. and heire to 
or Aberhall. .... Lathebrooke. 



John Blount of Magersfeild.= 



heire to Thomas Aberle. 



Thomas Blount Edward BlountT=Margarett d. to S"' Anne vx John Blount 

3 Sonne. of Magersfeild. John Seymore Weekes of 2 sonne. 

Knt. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 



|A 



I I 



Elizabeth Symond Blount=j=Elynor d. to Mawris=f:Elizab. d. to Majgarett 
vx. John of Magersfeild. I Gyles Lord Blouut 
Yorke. Dawbeney. 2sonne, 



S'' John Hussey Knt.= 
Arms: Barry of six 
ermine and gules. 



^Margarett d. and i 
heire to Symond 
Blount. 



William Hussey. Gilles 



S-- Thomas 
Hungerford 
Knight. 



wiffetoS'John 

Hungerford 

Knight. 



Janna vxor 
John Kemeys 
of Badminston 
by Bristow. 



I I 

John Blount=pMargarett Robart Blount= 

of Wotton in d. to "Will'm of lukpen 

Wiltsh. Dauers. 2 sonne. 



William Blount=f Agnes d. to 
.... Brayne 
of Glocestsh. 



Anthoney Blount Margery vxor Sibill vxor Anthoney 
ob. s.p. John Garnett. Brayne. 



John= Anne d. to Robart=rWi 
Trapes Barnard 2 wiffe. 
1 husb. 3rdly to S"' John 

Egertonof Chesh' 

Knt. 




^Katharen d. to S>- Tho. 
Whitte of Farnham 1 
wifife and son to S' John 
Whitte ald'man of Lon- 
don grocer. 



Joanne 1 vxor 
Edmound 
Hull. 2nd to 
Dod- 



I 
Edward Blount=r 
2 Sonne. | 

William Blount. 



Thomas Blount= 
ob. s.p. 



= d. to 

Wm. Bird 
of London 
Costom'. 



Mary vx. Elizabeth 
Clement vxor 
Whitfield. Anthony 
Page. 



I 
Rowland Blount 
s. p'le. 



Sara vxor S' Thomas 
Smithe of London 
Knt. 



Judith 1 vxor John Vr 
Gregorey of Hull. Lewis Prowde 
2nd to §■• Tho. 
Ohaloner Knight. 



Mawries= 
Blount 
2 sonne. 



Anne 
vxor 

Prygs. 



John 



Blount=pAnne d. 



of London 
Clarke of 
the Counter. 



h. to Wil- 
liam Lat- 
ton of 
Yorksh. 
ob. 25 of 
JunelG17. 



I 
Janne vx. 
William 
Strange. 
2ndly to 

Rowgbot- 
tome". 



Anthoney=rSusanna 



Blount 
3 sonne. 
1 m« Eliz. 
d. to . . . . 
Dorington 



d. to 

Tho. 

Cutler 

of 

Yorksh. 



Juleann 



William Edmound. 
Blount. 



Mawrice. John. 



Jane & ffraunces 
s.p. 



Elizabeth. Joane. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



25 











B| 


Fraunces 


1 
Anne vxor 


Elizabeth 


Rachell vx. Tho. Compton, 


Sara uxor 


Tx' Rich^ 


Tho. "West- 


vx. Rob* 


2 widow to ... . Dauncer, 


Rich. Bright 


Perpoynt 


rowe of 


Roe of 


renup. GUb* Detbick. 


of London. 


of Oxford- 


London 


Darbish. 






shire. 


marchant. 









I I 

Thomas 



and Blount of 

Anthoney Maulden 
ob. s.p. in Essex 



'William=pElizabeth d. to John^pMary d. to Henrey=j=Marg' d. 



James Morley Blount 
of Bushops 3 

Stratford. sonne. 



Tho. Legatt Blount 
of Dagen- 4 sonne. 



Hornechurch. 



toWiU'i 
Bourn- 
ford. 



■Wille; 



Mil 
Willia', Thom^; 
John, and An 
s.p. 



John. 



3Bob)ser* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 95 ; 1543, fo. 112. 

Arms. — Ermine, a cross chequy or and gules letweenfour water-lougets of the third. 
Crest. — A demi-tallot gules, guiUe d'or, gorged with a collar chequy or and azure. 

John Bowser of Tortworth=f= 
in com. Gloster. 



John Bowser=pMargarett d. of . . . . Culltmore 
of Tortworth. of Sodbury in com. Gloster. 



2. Edmond. 3. Thomas. 



1. Johr 



Bowser=i=Frances d. of 



of Stone in com. 
Gloster. 



Huntley 
of Boxwell in 
com. Gloster. 



2. Thomas 
Bowser. 



Elizabeth ux. 
Thom. Snell 
of .... in 
com. Wilts. 



Margery ux. of 
Isack Taylor 
of .... in com. 

Wilts. 



* See ' Visitation of Essex. 1C12,' Harl. Soc. Pub., toI. xiii., p. 153. 

1592. Trinity Term. Edward Barker, Esq., and others, quer., suffered a fine to Christopher 
Blunt, Knt., and others, in a moiety of the manors of Wotton-under-Edge, etc. (Fed. Fin.) 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



Thomas Bowser= 
of Stone 1623. 



^EUinor d. of Thorn. Jay 
[Ivyei] of Hiillaviugton 
in com. Wilts. 



Elizabeth ux. 
Thorn. Arnold 
of Stone. 



Catherine us. Vrian 
Wise of Daling- 
worth. 



George Bowser 
13 yere old 1623. 



EUenor. Eebecka. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 22 ; 1543, fo. 14". 
Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Salle, ten bezants, four, three, two, and one, on a chief 
argent a lionjMssant ermines, Bridgman ; 2 and 3, Argent, three bars gules, 
over all three stags' heads cabossed or, on a chief of the last a wolf passant of 
the second between two pheons sable. Woodward. 

Alice d. of WilFm Theo-=f=John Bridgeman- of Great=f=Joane d. to William Clarke 
dore [Thecher— 1041]. I Dene in com. Gloc. I of Greate Dene. 



1 

Alice wife to 
William 
Madock of 
Hereford. 



Jane wife to 
Thomas 
Cachmay of 
Bixwers in 
com. Gloc. 



I 
Ann d. and=pWilIiam=i=Mary d. to 
~ " Kichard 

Brayn of 
Litle 
Dene. 



coheu-e to 
JohnWood- 
ward of 
Greate 



Bi'idge- 
man of 
Greate 
Dene.^ 

B 



Mary wife 
to John 
Stiven- 
ton. 



1 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Frampton-on-Severn. 
1639. Eleanor Bowser 

1662. Thomas Bowser, gent., s. of Mrs. Eleanor, now wife t 
died Not. 11, in Stonehouse parish, and buried i 
1665. John, s. of Mr. John Bowser, 
1669. John, y= s. of Mr. John Bowser, 
,, Eleanor, wife of Mr. Thomas Bowser, 
,, Alice, wife of Mr. John Bowser, 
1671. John Bowser, gent., 

Stone. 

1596. George Smallwood and Elizabeth Bowser 

1597. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Bowser, 
„ George Smallwood 
,, John, s. of Thomas Bowser, 

1598. Dyrrick Bowser 
1600. Edward, s. of Thomas Bowser, 
1605. Robert, s. of Thomas Bowser, 
1617. Mrs. Elnor Bowser 

„ Mr. Thomas Bowser, jun'', 

1619. Elinor, d. of Mr. Thomas Bowser, 

1623. Matthew, s. of Thomas Bowser, gent., 

1626. Francis, s. of Thomas Bowser, 

1628. Katherine, d. of Thomas Bowser, 

1629. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Bowser, 

5 Will dated 19 Jan. 1547 ; prob. P.C.C. 9 Oct. 1548. [Reg. Popnlwell, fo. 14.] 
3 WiU dated 21 Jan. 1574 ; prob. P.C.C. 31 Dec. 1582. [Eeg. Tirwhit, fo. 48.] 



buried 19 Sept. 


Willia 


m Andrews. 


Frampton 14 Nov. 


bap 


11 April. 


bur 


19 May. 


„ 


23 Sept. 




21 Oct. 


" 


5 Oct. ; 


mar 


7 Feb. \ 


bap. 


5 May. 


bur. 


29 March. 




19 May. 




29 August. 


bap. 


21 Feb. 


„ 


18 Nov. 


bur. 


9 March. 


„ 


23 July. 


bap. 


29 Jan. 




1 Feb. 


^, 


16 April. 


„ 


11 May. 


„ 


25 April. / 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 27 

M B| _ 



Thomas Bridge-= 


r d. to 


1 1 
WiU'm 


Richard 


John Bridge-=j 


man of Greate 


Hunt- 


sanzyssu. 


4 soun. 


man of 


Dene.* 


ley of 


— 


— 


MycheU 




Forster in 


WiU'm 


Henry 


Deane 




com. Gloc. 


3 sonn. 


5 sonn. 


2 sonn. 



^Ann d. to 
William 
Geruon 
of com. 
Herefford. 



3. Wini- 
fred. 



Silvester. 



Francis 
2 sonn. 



Charles de=j=Jane d. to 



Bridgman 
ofPowtons 
Court in 
com. Gloc. 
Arm.^ 



.... Gage 
of Bentley 
in com. 
Hertford. 



Catherine 
wife to 
Wil- 
liams de 
BristoU. 



Dorothey wife 

to Wall 

of London 
Marchant 
Taylor. 



Charles.^ Elizabeth. 



John Bridgman of Nimphffeld=pFrancis d. to Henry Judeth ux. John Cach- 
in com. Gloster Sergant at Law Daunt of Ouldpen mayd of Treleck in com. 

[of the Temple— 1041]. 7 in com. Gloster. 



George Bridgman 2. William. 
17 yere old 1623. 



Thomas. John. 



Eliza- 
beth. 



Mary. 




Ehzabeth 



* Will (ill which he styles himself as of Poulton's Court) dated 23 July 1607; prob. at 
Gloucester 6 April 1608. 

5 Will dated 29 June 1639 ; prob. Gloucester 29 July 1644. 

« Will dated 8 April 1647 ; prob. P.C.C. 29 May 1047. [Reg. Fines, fo. 90.] 

1 Will dated 28 Nov. 1637 ; prob. P.C.C. 23 March 1638. [Keg. Lee, fo. 30.] 



28 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 



Kobert Bridg-=i=Bridget 



c| 



man 
[6—1041]. 



d. to 



Will'm Brigman. 
Eobert 2 sonn. 



Winter 
Bridg- 
man of 
Lym- 
brick 
in Ire- 
land 

1041]. 



I I I 
Elizabeth 2 d. 



Eleanor 1 d. 



Bridge- 
man of Great 
Deane^ 
[2—1041]. 



Jone 3 d. 



Jane d. and Edward 

coheire to [8—1041]. 

Nycholas 

Langston 

of Sedge- 

borongh in 

com.Wigor. 

2 sonn [sic']. 



Elizabeth d. and coheu-e wife to 
William Calew sonn & heire 
to Anthony Calew of Great 
Deane dyed sanz yssu. 



-B.T. 

bap. 14 May. B.T. 
— Nov. 
: June. 
: July. 



bur. 27 Nov. ) 

4 June. ^P.R. 
„ 24 July. ) 



8 WUl dated 16 Nov. 1592 ; prob. Gloucester 10 March 1592-3. 

* Will of Francis Bridgeman of the Woodside in the parish of Awre, gent., dated 28 Sept. 
1660 ; prob. Gloucester 7 May 1663. 

Will of William Bridgeman of Nimpsfield, gent., dated 7 April ; prob. Gloucester 2 Nov. 1696. 
Arlingham. 

1768. William Bridgman ' - - ■ - 

,, William Golding and Mary Bridgman 
Little Deane. 

1620. Clare, d. of Charles Bridgman, Esq., 
1692. Gertrude, d. of James Bridgeman and Frances his wife, 
1695. James Bridgeman 
1701. Frances Bridgeman 
Ruardeane. 

1549. Georgius Bridgman, filius Will'mi Bridgman, bap. 

Micheldeane. 

1663. Jane, d. of James Bridgeman of Abbruhalle, 
Awre. 

1612. John, s. of Charles Brydgman, 

„ William, s. of Francis Brydgman, 
1638. Jacobus, filius Caroli Bridgman, gent., 
1679. Thomas Bridgman 
„ Charles Bridgman, Esquire, 

Lydney. 

1638. James, s. of Charles Bridgeman, gent., 
1679. Charles Bridgeman, Esq., 

The Lea. 

1673. Gertrude, d. of James Bridgeman, gent., and Frances, 
Upton St. Leonards. 

1721. Charles Bridgeman of Prinknash, Esq., bur. 16 June. 

1729. John Bridgman, Esq., ,, 3 June. 



. . Mar. . . . 
bap. 31 May. 



bap. 12 April 
„ 6 May. 
„ 26 Sept. 

bur. 25 Feb. 
„ 10 March. 



bap. 26 Sept. "( p p 
bur. 10 March, j"^-"- 

bap. 29 April. B.T. 



B.T. 



22 Nov. 4 Hen. VIII. Thomas Heydon, of the parish of Newland, gave to John Bridgman 
all his lands and tenements, etc., in Mychel Deane which descended to him after the death of 
Roger his father. 

20 Sept. 41 Elizab. Thomas Bridgman of Poulton's Court, Esq., for £60 gave John Ayleway 
certain lands in Michel Deane. 

28 May 14 Hen. VII, Thomas Beynam, Esq., Lord of Magna Deane, gave John Brugeman 
one messuage, with garden, etc., etc., in Magna Deane. 



THE VISITATION OF (JLOUCESTEUSHIRE. 



29 



Brombjtc!). 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 24 ; 1543, fo. 17. 



Arms. — Or, a lion rampant sable, guitee d'or. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a unicorn's head i 

[8' 1041] John Bromwich Knight.^p 



Thomas Bromwich.= 



[da. to Johu OldcasteU— 1041]. 



Richard Bromwich. = 



John Brom-T=Jane d. to . . . . Lloyd [S"' Richard Nanfant Capten=p 
wlch. I [Lucye— 1041]. of CaUis, K— 1041.] I 



John=pAnrL d. to . . 
Brom- Payne, 
wich. 



[John Nanfant=j=[Mauld da. to S'' Thomas CornweU sister 
—1041.] to S"- Richard Cornwall, K.— 1041.] 



John Brom-=pAnn d. of John Thomas. 



wich of 



borough 
in com. 

Gloster. 



Nanfant [Nan- Vide 

fan] of Brnch Here- 

[Birch] flford. 
[Brutes— 1041] 
Morton in 
com. Wore. [ 



I 
Henery.= 



^Catherine ['WilHam= [Alice 



d. of 
Brom- 
wich 
of Hom- 

lacys. 



Catherine d. and heire ux. 
Tho. Walwyn of 



Nan- 
fant of 
Brutes 
Morton 
inWors- 
tersh. 
— H. 
1041.] 



da. to 
Richard 
Man- 
inge of 
Here- 
fordsh. 
— H. 
1041.] 



John Bromwich 2. Richard 2 sonnn=Susan d. of 



of Bromsborough of Ff ramton 

in com. Gloc. sanz [of Bromsburow^] . 

yssn. 



Hen. Sefton 
of Edington 
in com. 
Wilts. 



Anthony 
3 sonn 
sanz 
yssu. 



I I I 

Roger 4 sonn. 



[6. Francis s.] 
—1041.] 



1. Edward Bromwich=pMargarett d. to Ffi-aiicis 
of Fframpton 1623. 1 Codrington. 



J I 
2. bettou. 



5. John. 



Issabell. 



lac Bromwich. 3 [sic']. Richard Bromwich. 4 [sic']. Frances Bromwich. 

J 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



30 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRB. 



first 
hus- 
band. 



-Eleanor.^ 



Will'm^Eleanor 
FfeOd [Mary 
of Medcalfe 

Kent. —1041]. 



Med- 
calfe of 



Mary. 



Wm'm=pMargaret 


SybeU 


Margery 


J 1 ' 
Anne. 


HiU of 


Brom- 


wife 


wife to 





Essex. 


wich. 


to. . . . 




Clemen 






DarreU. 


Nasse 
of Gloc. 


Jocosa. 



1. Edward and 

2. Will'm [Jus- 
tian— 1041] 
sanz yssu. 



Wynifryd 
wife to John 
Overhead 
of Essex. 



John Howell=T=Marye. 
of London. 



John. 



Marye. 



Frampton-on-Severn. 

1606. Eebecca, dau. of Edward Bromwioh, 
Cam. 

1626. M' Isaac Bromwioh and M" Ann Trottman 
Iron Acton. 

1629. Isaack Bromwioh, Esq., and Ann Poyntz 



p. 30 March. B.T. 



June. B.T. 



mar. 3 Feb. 
Robert, son of Isaac Bromwioh, bap. 1 Jan. 

1610. Mary, dau. of Isaac Bromwioh of Frampton upon Severn, bur. 3 Jan. 
Ann Poyntz, second dau. of Sir John Poyntz of Iron Acton by Grissel, relict of Degory 
Price, was baptized at Iron Acton 29 Aug. 1602. 
Iron Acton. 

1630. Robert, son of Isaac Bromwioh, Esq., bap. 1 Jan. 

1635. Mary, dau. of Isaac Bromwioh, Esq., „ 3 March. 

1610. Mary, dau. of Isaac Bromwich, Esq., bur. 1 Jan. 

Michel Deane. 

1745. Tate Bromwioh, clerk, and Jane Lane mar. (lie). 26 May. 
Longhope. 

1746. William, son of Yate Bromwich and Jane his -wife, bap. 24 March, 
1751. Launoelot Bromwich, gent., bur. 20 March, 
1773. The Rev. Yate Bromwich, vicar, „ 5 June. 

WilUam Bromwioh of Soatterford in the parish of Newland, co. Glouc, gent., at the time of 
his death, temp. Ch. II., devised certain tenements in Newland to trustees to the use of four poor 
men and four poor women. 

Richard Bromwich married Margaret, eldest daughter of William Berkeley, Mayor of Here- 
ford 1585, great-grandson of James I. Lord Berkeley. (Berkeley MSS., fo. 646.) 

Chancery Bills and Answers, James I. — Complaint of John Jennings of Dymock, gent., and 
Thomas Jennings of Broomsborough, yeoman, touching a lease of lands, against Edward Brom- 
wich, Esq., of Frampton upon Severn, co. Glouc, and his wife Margaret Bromwich of Frampton. 

Margaret his wife was the only child of Francis Codington, son of Giles Codington by 
Isabella Porter, and Mary da. of Sir Nicholas Poyntz of Iron Acton. (See Brown's MS., pp. 45, 46.) 



Ip.r. 

P.K. 
[■P.R. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTBRSHIEE. 



31 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 80 ; 1543, fo. 46. 

Arms. — Or, on afesse gules three chess-rooTcs of the first, in chief three martlets salle. 

Henry Browne of Hathfeild=pAIlice d. of William Ffrankam 
[Hasfield] in com. Gloc. [Ffrancom — 1041] of Turley 

ob. 1622. in com. Gloc. 



l.Will'm 2. Thomas. 
Browne. 



I 
Henery. 



ux. John Roberts of 
Pidington in com. Gloc. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 117 
Aems. — None tricked. 
Walter Browne of com. Lincon.=^ 



I 
Will'm Browne of Nibley in com. Gloster.= 



Christopher Browne of Butcombe=j=Elizabeth d. of . . . . Tichborne of 
in com. Somersett. I Tichborne in com. Southampton. 



2. Hugh [Hum-=Elizabeth d. 
phrey^] Browne of George 
of the Citty of White of 
Bristow Cap- Bristow. 
taine. 



Ffrancis Browiie=rElizabeth d.' of S'' Hen. 3. Wil- 
of Butcombe and Winston [Winson — ham. 
Nibley. H. 1041] of Standish 

in Gloster Knt. 



EHzabeth d. and heire 20 yere old 1623. 



Hasfield. 
162.3. 
1626. 
1629. 
1665. 
1667. 
1678. 



Marie, d. of William Browne, gent., bap. 8 Feb. 

Alice Browne, widdow, bur. 10 Sept. 

Sarah Browne, d. of William Browne, gent., bap. 15 Sept. 

Mary Browne, widdow, bur. 17 July. 

Elizabeth, d. of Henry Browne, Esq., and Eleanor his wife, bap. 9 July. 



Henry Browne, gent., bur. 6 July. 
1683. John Browne, gent., „ 26 March. | 

1690. WilliamVaus and Elizabeth Browne mar. 27 Oct. 
Norton. 

1625. Eichard Browne, gent., and Anne Etheridge mar. 20 Feb. 

1631 , . . of Browne, gent., b.ap. 18 . . . 

1688. John, s. of Richard Browne, gent., and Dorothy his wife, „ 5 Feb. 

1716. M' Henry Browne, aged 81, bur. 17 April. 
1725. Henry Browne, gent., ,, 5 March. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTTCBSTERSHIEE. 



3Sro\»ntncj:. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 100 ; 1548, fo. 125. 

Akms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Tliree lara wavy ; 2 and 3, Quarterly, a iend. 

John Browiiing=pEllenor d. and coheire of S' Thomas 
gent. I Fitz NicoU Knt. Vide foUo 186. 



1. John s.i 



2. "William Browning brother and heu'e.= 



William Browning.^ 



John Browning a dark. 



John Browning.=pMargerett d. of "William Harding of Cam in com. Gloster. 
^1 

Richard Browning of Cowley=j=EHzabeth d. of Edward Parsons 
in com. Gloster. I of Stanley ia com. Gloster. 



John=rChristian d. of 



Brown- 
ing of 
Cowley 
1623. 



Nicholas 
"Webb of 
Kiugswood 
in com. 
"Wilts. 



Catherin 
ux. Isack 
Stephens 
of Est- 
ington 
in com. 
Gloster. 



Joane ux. John 
Yerbury of 
Alfford in com. 
"Wilts [gent, 
and hath 
issue!]. 



. E,ichard=Mai7 d. of 
rowning. Thomas 
Trottman 
of Durs- 



John Browning=rJoane d. and heire of John 

of Cowley 1623. I Tovey of Olvestonin com. 

Gloster. 



Mary ux. John Smyth Ursula ux. 
of Nybley in com. Stephen 

Gloster. Fowler. 



John. 



Ursula ux. "Will'm 
Clotterbook of 
Estington. 
[=r 

Richard and other 
children.!] 



Jane ux. Anthony 
Stoakes 2 to 
Nicholas Crew. 



Anne d. of=f=Thomas Hopton of 



Richard 
Browning. 



Challfford in com. 
Gloster. 



"William = Agnes d. and sole heire of Thomas Budding 
Hopton. of "Weekeselme in Berkley. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
■ Cowley. 

1606. Jane Browning, d. of William Browning, 
1609. John Smith, gent., and Marie Browninge 

[This was the famous historian of Berkely. See Pedigree 
1620. William Browninge 



bur. 17 June."! 

mar. 9 Jan. I p „ 
of Smith, i;(«^.] f^'-- 

bur. 21 Dec. J 
[ Continued m xt page. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIIIE. 



33 



Buntell 



Had. MSS. 1041, fo. 117 ; 1543, fo. 115^ 
Arms. — None tricked. 



Thomas Burnell of Brinsham in tlie=p 
p'ish of Yate in com. Gloster. 



Symon Bumell of Brinsham; 



Thomas Burnell=pAllice d. of Rob. Walter Allice us. John Hill 
of Brinsham. Whittington of ob. s.p. of Sodbury in com. 

Cold Ashton. Gloster. 



Thomas Burnell=j=Mary d. of Anthony Halsey [Halsei] 2. Robert. 3. Henery. 
of Brinsham. I of Tykenham in com. Somerset. 

I \ \ \ i 

2. John. 3. Robert. Thomas Burnell 4. Henry. ■ Mary. 
14 yere old 1623. 



Cage. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 120; 1543, fo. 170" 
Aems. — None tricked. 



Anthony Cage of London.=f[EHzabeth d. of . . . . Dale.^] 



1. Anthony Cage.=f 



4. Danyell Cage. 5. Nich 



S^ John Cage of Stow in com. Cambridge Knt. 

1626. Richard, boh of John Browninge, 

1628, Samuel, son of John Browninge, 

„ John Browninge the elder 

1660. Mary, dau. of John Browninge, jun., gent., and Mary, 

1662. John, son of John Browninge, jun., and Mary, 

1664. Robert, son of John Browninge, jun., gent., and M.iry, 

1665. Elizabeth, dau. of John Browninge, jun., and Mary, 
1668. Richard, son of John Browninge, jun., gent., and Mary, 

„ Edward Selwin, gent., and Joanna Browninge, gent., 

1670. Ann, dau. of John Browninge and Mary, 

1672. Joanna, wife of John Browninge, Esq., 

1676. Joanna, dau. of John Browninge, Esq., and Mai-y, 

1677. Joseph, son of Joseph Browninge and Elizabeth, 
According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



bap. 


4 Jan. 




8 Sept. 


bur. 


14 May. 


bap. 


11 Feb. 




7 May. 


„ 


U June. 




4 Jan. 




7 June. 


mar. 


10 Nov. 


bap. 


8 Oct. 


bur. 


19 Feb. 


bap. 


7 Feb, 




7 May, 



34 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTTCBSTEBSHIRE. 



2. John Cage of Totte-[= 
ridge [Tottridgei] in 
com. Hertford. 



3. John [Edwardi]=rJudith d. of S'^ John 
" London. Harte Ent. and Lord 

Maior of London. 



.1 I II 

Richard of Totteridge.i] John Cage = Mary d. and heire Anthony. 
ofFre- of James Clif- — 

thorne fordof Frampton Nicholas. 

in com. uppon Severne 

Gloster. in com. Gloster. 



Danyell. 



Bartholomew. 



Calo alias Calebj. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 33^ 



Aems. — None tricked. 



Henry Ferrers Lord of Groby=f=Jane d. of Luke Ponings 
and Ohartley. I Lord S' John. 



.... d. of ... . Calew^^Will'm Lord Ferrers of^pPhillipa da. of Eoger Lord 
his concupine. } Groby and Chartley. Clyflford. 

J I 



Humfrey Calo— . . . . d. and heire of . . . 



alias Calew 
natural! sonn. 



Addams of Churcham Rodley 
Mynstroud and litle deane. 



S' Henry Thomas John 
Ferrers K. Ferrers Ferrers 
1 sonn. 2 sonn. 3 sonn. 



Eoger^ Calo al's Calew sonn of Humfrey=j=. . . . d. and heire of . . 

of Churcham. Eodiey litle deane and Westbury. 



• According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* Frampton-on-Severn. 

1662. Marv, d. of Edward and Sarah Cage, horn 3 Feb. ; bap. 

7 Feb. ; died 11 Feb. ; bur. 12 Feb. " 

„ Sarah, d. of Edward Cage, „ 23 March. 

1664. Rosamund, d. of Edward Cage, bap. 28 Dec. 

1670. Rosamund, d. of Edward Cage, bur. 15 April. 

„ Rosamund, d. of Edward Cage, bap. 16 Nov. 

1674. Edward, s. of Edward Cage, bur. 17 Jan. f 

1683. John, s. of Edward and Mary Cage, bap. 5 Aug. 

1685. John, s. of Edward and Mary Cage, bur. 21 June. 

1691. Sarah, d. of Edward Cagg and Judith his wife, „ 3 March. J 

^ t Richard Calo. Richard Callowe of Churcham. Will dated 2 Nov. 1558 ; prob. at 
Gloucester 27 May 1559. Names his daus. Alls, Elenor, and Margaret ; son Arthur ; son Arthur 
and John Byrde to be overseers. 



B.T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTBRSHIIIE. 



35 



Ann wife 

to 

Grene of 
West- 
bury 



Jane wife 
to John 
Birde of 
Huntley 
in com. 



Arthur Calew=f=Anne d. and 



al's Caloi of 
Churcham in 
com. Gloc. 



Churcham. Gloc. 



heireofJohn 
Woodcock 
of Mychell 
deane. 



Eleanor mar. 
to Rob't 
Danyell of 
Aston in 
com. Gloc. 



I 
Arthur=^Margaret=John 



Calew d. of . , 

of 

Myn- 

stroud. 

I \ ^1 

1. John. 2. Arthur. Ann. 



Whitmay Calew 
ofMyn- ofRod- 
stroud. ley. 



John=pElizabeth Edmund- 



d. 

heire of 
PhiUip 
Winckle. 



Calew of 
Mychell 
Deane. 



Margaret mar. 
to Robert 
Newton of 
Rodley in com. 
Gloc. she dyed 
sanz yssu. 



Thomas Pitt of 
Painswick in 
com. Gloc. 



Will'm. Ann. 
Rowland. 



I I I 

Anthony. Thomas. Ann. 



Anthony Calo of Mychell deane in com.=j=Ann d. of W™ Bridgeman of Michell 
Gloc. I Deane, Arm. 



John Sergeant=Ann d. of Thomas=pWiIl'm Calo of=Ehzabeth d. and heire of 

of Deane. Trotman of Durs- Mychell Deane James Bridgman. mar. to 

ley in com. Gloc. son and heir. Ann foresayd, she dyed 

sanz yssu [sic]. 





Will'm'8 


set. 7 an. 


Anna. Antonius. 




Richard 5 sonn. 
Rowland 2 sonn. 


John 

3 sonn. 

Charles 

4 sonn. 


Suzan. 


Jane wife to Thomas 
Hodges of Demock 
in com. Gloc. 


Rose wife to Tho. 
Powell of Devanocke 
in com. Brecknock. 


Edward Hodges. 


Ann. 


Robert Powell. Ann. 



^ Will dated 5 Sept. 1592 ; prob. at Gloucester 2 Dec. following. Names son and heir 
Anthony ; second son Arthur ; third son John ; fourth son Edmund ; fifth son Richard ; two 
sisters Alice Howel and Elenor Nelme, and wife Agncn. 

* Pedigree of Calo. Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 34. 
Sciant p'sent' et futur' q'^ ego Will's Calew noua terra dedi Concessi et hac present Carta mea 
confirmavi Will'o Sporeare de magu' deane dimid' vni' Messuag' et demid' Curtulage Eyorp'o 
iaoen in magna deene in vice vocat Merehend'. videlicet p'd'em messuag' iac' int' ten' q'^ Steph'i 
London et Curtulag' p'd'ti Steph'i et terram Walteri Holmes et Reget viam et Curtulag' iac' in 
p'd'co vico int' terram p'd'co Walteri et terr' Joh'is More et Reget viam herd' et Tenend' p'd'em 
dimid's Messuag' cum Curtulag' p'd'co Will'o hered' et Assign' eius liber et in pace de 

Capitr' d'no fEeod' illius p' servicia inde ade debtr' lue' consuet' vi" pred'co Will'o Calew et here' 
mei ac assign' p'd'cu' dimid' Messuagij cu' dimid' Curtulag' et omnib' p'tin' suis p'd'co Will'o 
Sporear hered' et assign' suis cont' omnes gentes warenazaam et in p'etu' defendenc' Jur' cui' 



36 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIRB. 



Capell 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 118" ; 1543, fo. 135. 
Aems. — None tricked. 

Christopher Capell borne at How [Hoo,] Capell^pGrace d. of Richard 
in com. Herefford was Alderman of Gloster. I Hand. 



I 
Aune ux. John Han- 
bury of Purschille 
Greene in com. 
Worster. 



Joane d. of John= 
Baugh of .... in 
com. Gloster 1 wiffe. 
[Aid. of City of 
Glouc.i] 



-Edward Capell 7 yere old 1623. 




■Mary d. of Eichard 
Beard of .... in com. 
Gloster 2 wiffe. [Aid. 
of City of Glonc.i] 



Joane. 



Anne. 



2. Prancis=p. ... d. of 3. Richard Capell p'son of the=rDorothy d. of . . . . 
Capell. .... Church of Essington in com. Plomsted of Plomsted. 

Steward. Gloster. 



I 
Francis Capell 7 yere old 1623. 



1. Nathaniel. 2. Christopher. Anne. Joyce. 



rei Testimoniu' hinc p'sent' Carte me SigiDam appoBSui hija Testib' Joh'e Daker, Joh'e Vaux, 
Joh'e Symond, John Moore, Henry Packar, et alios. Dat' apud magn' den' die lune p'xor' post 
Jur' S'ci Joh'is Baptiste An" Eegni Bic'i secundi post Conquest' teroio. 
Abenhall. 

1730. Nathaniel Vaughan and Elizabeth Callow mar. 1 May. B.T. 

me. 

Anthony, s. of William Callowe, 

Rowland, s. of Rowland Callowe, 

Mary, d. of William Callowe, 

Mary Callowe 

Richard, s. of Charles Callowe, 

Ellen, d. of Anthony Callowe, 

Charles Callow 

Willi.am Mich and Ellen Callow 

William Callow, gent., of this parish, 

Elizabeth, wife of the said William Callow, 

-on-Severn. 



1621. 



1674. 
1675. 
1677. 



1601. Arthur, s. of John Calowe, 

1675. Elizabeth, d. of John Callow of Rodley, 

1676. Grace, d. of John Callow of Rodley, 
1682. John, s. of John Callow, 

168i. John Young and M.ary Callow of this parish 
1691. Mary, d. of John Callow and Elizabeth his wife, 

Elizabeth, d. of John Callow and Elizabeth his wife, 
Elizabeth, d. of John Callow and Elizabeth his wife, 
Elizabeth, d. of John Callow, deceased, and Mary 



1694. 

1608. 

1702. Elizabeth, d. of John Callow, deceased, and Mary his wife, 
Saintbury. 

1664. Elizabeth, d. of William Callow, gent., and Frances his wife, bur. 16 Jan. B.T. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

[Notes continued ncxtpai/c. 



bap 


INov. > 




14 June. 


„ 


27 Feb. 


bur. 


20 March. 


bap. 


30 Dec. 


bn". 


26 Oct. 


mar 


6 June. 


bur. 


29 Nov. 


.. 


1 Jan. y 


bap 


13 April. 


bur. 


20 March. 




14 March. 




13 Feb. 


mar 


7 Aug. 


bap 


10 Feb. 




7 Oct. 


bur. 


7 Jan. 


bap 


24 Aug. y 


bur 


16 Jan. 



B.T. 



B.T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



37 



Carr. 

Harl. MS. 1543 ; fo. 140. 

Aems. — Argent, on a lend sable between three Cornish choughs proper as mat 
leopards'' faces of the field; an annulet for difference. 

Christopher Carr of New Castell vppon Tyne where his monument is extant.=f= 



George Carr of Bushley parva in com.^pElizabeth d. of Nicholas Carr Docter= 
Worster where he lyeth buried. I . . . . Tweydall. of Phissick. 



Nicholas=p'WiniiFrid d. 
of John 
Lyggon of 
Batchcott 
in com. 
Sallop. 



Carr of 
Tewksbury 
in com. 
Gloster. 



Thomazin 
vx. Henery 
Marshall. 



Elizebeth 
vs. John 
Wreng- 
fford of 
Langdon 
in com. 
"Worster. 



Allice 



Will'n 
ffowk. 



Margerett d. and 
coheire. 

Catherin d. and 
coheire. 

Mary d. and coheire. 



John Carr=j=Dorathey d. of Thomazin tx. 



3b yeare 
old 1623. 



John Whit- 
tington of 
Notgrove in 
com. Gloster. 



Nic. 
[Wemei] of 
London. 



ffrances vs. Nicholas Elizebeth vs. 
Day of the Citty of Thomas Philli- 
Bristow. pott of Lud- 



1. Nicholas Carr 4 yeare old 1623. 2. 



3. Jot 



Dorathey. Winifirid. 



* St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1625. Christopher, s. of M' William Capell, 
1627. Elizabeth, d. of WiUiam Capell, 
1632. Anne, d. of M' William Caple, 
1667. M-- William Caple 
1669. Anne, d. of M' Richard Caple, 
1675 , d. of M' Richard Caple, 

WilUam, s. of M-- Richard Caple, 

1684. Christopher, s. of Richard Caple, Esq., 

1685. William, s. of Richard Caple, Esq., 

1686. Susanna, d. of Richard Caple, Esq., 

1687. Shussanah, d. of Richard Caple, Esq., 
„ WilUam, s. of Richard Caple, Esq., 

Prestbury. 

1663. William, s. of William Caple, gent., 

1667. Christopher, s. of William Caple, gent., 

1685. Richard Caple, gent., 

1697. WilUam, s. of Christopher Caple, gent., 

1699. Margaret, d. of Christopher Caple, gent., and Sarah his 

1732. William Caple, gent., 

1740. Christopher Caple, Esq., 

1762. Wmiam Caple, gent., 

1794. Sar^ Sus"", d. of William and Sus'' Caple, bap. and bur. 
day, 6 Jan. 
Eastington. 

1626. Edith, d. of Rich. Caple, 

1627. EacUth, d. of Rich. Caple, 
' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



bap. 27 March.^i 




„ . . May. 




bur. 10 Aug. 




bap. 22 April. 




bur. 8 June. 


B.T. 


bap. 3 July. 


„ 27 Nov. 




„ 26 Nor. 




bur. 24 May. 




„ 9 Oct. J 




bap. 11 June. N 




„ 20 May. 




bur. 20 Jan. 




bap. 7 Jan. 




wife, „ 19 Sept. 


B.T. 


bur. 14 June. 


„ 17 May. 




„ 6 April. 




same 




1 




bap. 16 April. 
„ 24 June. 


|B,T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 



Cartb3rtfli)t* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 104 ; 1543, fo. 137. 

Arms. — Or, a fesse emlatthd sahle between three cartwheels of the second; in chief 
a martlet gules for difference. 

Crest. — A gryphon's head erased or, pierced through the neck with a iroken sword- 
blade argent. 



■William Cartwrighfc of 
in com. Gloc. 



=. . . . d. of S' AUexander 
Charlton Kn'. 



Penelopye d. of 8' Will'm Segar=fTimothye Cartwrighfc of=rEl .... d. of S' Jo. 
Kn' al's Garfcer principall King '' ~" -- - _ . 

of Armes. 



Washborne 1623. 



Thexton of London Kn'. 



Timothys 
Cartwright. 



=Margerett d. Will'm^ 
of Thomas Cart- 
wright. 



Thomas Cartwright 1 yere 
old and more a° 1623. 



=Dorothy d. Alice vx. Rob. Margery vx. 
of Rowland Higgs of Edward Holm- 
Coles of Cheltenham den of Lon- 
Northway 2^^ to Antho. don grocer, 
in com. Partridge. 
[Glouc.]. 



Will'm Cartwright 13 2 Thexton Cartwright. 
yere old 1623. 



€inmhtx. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 129". 



Arms. — None tricked. 
Thomas Chamber of Barkway in com. Hertfford.^ 



Peeter Chamber of Barkway.=f=Ellenor d. of . . . . Gregory. 



1. ffehx Chamber of 2. John Chamber of fche=pElizabeth d. of Will'm Evans of 
Barkway. Citty of Gloster. I Gloster Citty. 



Margaret. Francis. EUzabeth. 1. John 
— — old 1623, 

Allice. Rebecka. 



5 yere 2. Thomas. 
Chamber. 



* Prestbury. 1637. Thomas, s. of Edmund Cartwright, bap. 25 Oct. B.T. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



39 



C|)ester. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 109'> ; 1543, fo. 152. 

Arms. — Gules, a lion passant or between three hawks' lures argent. 

Crest. — A lion's gamh erased gules, holding a hroTcen sword argent, hilled or. 

■William Chester Maior of=p. ... d. of Morris Large of Walleis 
Bristole. I Court in com. Gloster. 



Thomas Chester^ 
of Amesbury in 
com. Gloster 
and Maior of 
Bristow. 



Dominick William Chester=pJoane d. of 



Chester 
of the 
Citty of 
Bristow. 



Chester of the Citty of 
ob. with- Bristow. 
out heires 



Will'm Horte 
of Hinton in 
com. Somerset. 



William Chester=T=Catherin d. of Anne ux. John Caplin of Edward ob. 
of Amesbury. Richard Dennis, the towne of Southampton, s.p. 



Anne d. of=j 
Samwell 
Backhowse 
of Swal- 
lowffeld 


pThomasq 
Chester 
of 

Ames- 
bury. 


pEUzabeth d. of 
S' George 
Sprake of 
.... in com. 
Somersett. 


Catherin 
ux. Phillip 
Langley. 


Allice ux. 
James Perci- 
vall of 
Weston in 
com. Som. 


2. WiUiam. 


m com. 
Berks. 












Anne. Elizabeth. 









Walti 



Iter Chester of Barton^Elizabetha filia Eoberti Hamlyn filij Hamlyn Ch'l'i 
Regis in com. Gloster. I and vexiliares Regis H. 8 in Francise. 



William Chester^ 
of St. PhiUips 
nigh Bristow. 



Bridffett d. of John Walter Chester=pJane d. of Joane ux. John 



Barton Citizen and 



Kegis m com. 
Gloster. 



Elizabetha. Bridget. 



Draper of 
London. 



Thorn' Eaynsthorpe ( 

MiUs of the Citty of 
London. Bristow. 



1. Walter Chester. 2. Thomas Chester. 



;. — For a complete pedigree of this family see Mr. Chester Waters' ' Genealogies of Chester 
of Gloucestershire and Astry,' 4to, 1881. 



40 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



CItforti. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 66 ; 1543, fo. 66*. 

Arms. — Quarterly of sixteen — 1, Chequy or and azure, on a lend gules three lions 
rampant argent, Clifford ; 2, Gules, on a lend argent three martlets salle, 
FoLLiOT ; i, Argent, three crescents salle, Hedlet ; 4, Salle, a doulk-headed 
eagle displayed tvitMn a lordure engrailed argent, HooRE ; 5, Ermine, three 
lars gules, Htjsset ; 6, Argent, on a /esse nelulee sabh three hares' heads 
couped or, Harewell ; 7, Argent, a chevron lettceen in chief two crosses 
potent {? patle'e), and in lase a saltire salle ; 8, Argent, three mom-cocks proper ; 
9, Argent, a chevron letiveen three eagles displayed azure ; 10 fo 16 inclusive. 
Hank. 

Crest. — A hand couped at the wrist in f esse proper holding a fleur-de-lis or. 

Henery ClyfiE'ord.=f=Mawde da. to ... . 



William Clifford of Frampton in com.=j=Mawde da. to S"" John Seymor 
Gloc. ^1 Knight. 

I 
William Clifford of Frampton ob. 15 Ed. 2, 132].=pKatheren. 



Joane=JohnClif-=j=Erneburga William Stephen Henry=p:Mawde Margret. 
" ■"" " ' " da. and h. 2 sonne. Clifford Clifford ' 

to ... . — 5 Sonne. 4 sonne. 

Hussey Peter — 

1 wiffe. 3 Sonne. Thomas 

Clifford 



2 wiffe. ford of 

Frampton 



Joane=James Clifford=j=Margarett da. and heire Mathew 
2 wiffe. of Frampton "~ "" 



John Clifford^ 
to ... . Hedley. [William of Frampton 

kmis.— Argent, three —1543] 13 E. 2. 

crescents salle. 2 sonne. 



I I 

Henrey Clifford of=j=. ... da. and heire Alice da. and heire.=p William Teste. 

Frampton. to ... . Hoore. 



James Clifford of=r. 
Frampton. 



da. and heire to 
FoUiott. 



Lawrence Teste ( 
[G H. 7—1041]. 



H.I 



Gyles 

Teste 

Clarke 

ob.s.p. 

1542. 



=Joane. 



Margerett=pWiUiam Codrington vel Cord- John Teste 
[Mary- ington. ob. 23 H. 7 

[Arms. — Argent, on afesse em- 4 days after 
battled salle between three lions his father 
passant gules a crescent or. s.p. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet 
or a dragon's head gules between 
two dragons' icings chequy or and 
azure.— IQ4:\, fo. 56.] 



[Mary- 
H. 1543] 
sister and 
heire. 



Grace 

and 

Margaret. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



41 



1. Francis Codrington^ 
ob. 24 Q. Elizabeth. 



1. John 



tryles Codrington 1576=rlssabell da. of Arther [Roger— 1041] John Brom-= 
ob. 23 Eliz. Porter by Alice da. of John Arnold. wich. 

2. Richard 
Codrington 
of Doding- 
ton in 
com. 
Gloster. 
Esq. 
1605. 



2. Richard^ 
s.p. Bromwich 



Margerefct da. and heire.=pEdward Bromwich 1605. 
I 



Isack Bromwich 1608. Mary 1608. Rebeca. 



Frances ux. 
Thorn. 
Creswell 
of Heck- 
ffeld in 
com. 
South- 
ampton. 



TIM 

Joyce. 

EHzabeth. 

Issabell. 

Anne ux. Edward 
Goddard of Ber- 
wick in com. "Wilts. 



2 


Richard. 


5. Gyles. 


Samuel=F 










Cod- 


3 


Robert. 


6. Thomas. 


rington 










of Dod- 


4. 


William. 


John ob. 
s.p. 


ington. 



Elizabeth 
da. of 
Thomas 
Stephens 
of Lypiatt 
in com. 
Gloster 



Elizabeth 1 yere old 1623. 



= William Trye 2 husb. 



Henry ClifFord^pAnne da. to Thomas sister and heire to S': 
of Frampton. Alexander Baynham Knight. 

James CliflTord of Frampton=pAnne da. and heire to John Hare- A da. ux. . 
in com. Gloster. I well of Wootton in com. Worster. Hatheway. 



Margaret ux. Robert 
Bradston of Winter- 
borne. 



Katherine ux. Ed- 
ward Wykes of 
Tom'tou. 



Avis ux. Mathew Alice uxor Anselme 
Madocks of Lydney Gyse of Elmor 
iu Gloc. obiit s.p. 



=Edmond 
Barrowe. 



[James Barrowe. 
— Harl. MS. 
1041.] 



Henry=pMabell 
Clifford da. to 
of 8^ John 

Framp- AValshe 
ton. Knight. 



I 
James ClifiFord: 
of Frampton. 
[An. 1581— 
1543.] 



Elizabeth da. to 
Charles Fox of 
Bromhill in 
Shropshire. 



I I 
George Clifford 
2 Sonne. 

Ferdinando 
Clifford 



I 
John= 
Clifford 
3 Sonne. 



=Dorothey da. to 
. . . . Guye of 
Upton in com. 
Hereford. 



Mary uxor Henry Clifford, Henry Clifford s, and 



Richard 2 sonne. c 
G 



42 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIKE. 



C| 



Anne wiffe to ^11113^1= 
William Wat- Clifford 
Sonne. 4 sonne. 



da. to Thomas Clifford=pAnne da. to Richard 

Beard of 5 sonne. I Rolles of Framp- 

ton. 



I II 



I I I 
Charles 2 sonne. 



I I 
5. Henry. 



James Clifford Dorothy. 

s. and h. — — — 

[Eosamond. [3. John.— 1543.] [6. Mathias. 
— Harl. — —1543.] 

MS. 1543.] [4. Thos.— 1543.] 



[Mabell.— Harl. 
MS. 154:^.] 



Clotterftijofee. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 98 ; 1543, fo. 119. 

Akms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure, a lion rampant argent, in chief three escallops of 
the second, Cloteeboee ; 2 and 3, Gules, on a bend cottised between six 
martlets or three pellets [Harl. 1543 also assigns this quartering to Cloter- 
booke]. 

Crest. — A stag sejatit gules, attired or, ielween two laurel branches proper. 

Per Clarenceux Camden, 9 May 1622. 



. . . . da. of . . . 
Webb 1 wiffe. 



^Richard Clotterbook of Stanley=Elizabeth. 
Regis in com. Gloster. 



Elizabeth da. of=rTho. Clotterbook of Stanley=Anne da. of 2. Fferdinando=T= 
Will. Sandford. Regis mar. to his 3 wife John Wake- Clotterbooke of 
Joane da. of ... . Robins. man. London. 

A I B I 

* Arlingham, 

1604. "Jan'' llth were baptized Susanna and Elizabeth the twin daughters of) 

Kichard Clifford, gent." I P.E. 

" Apud inhumationem matris harum." J 

„ M" Elizabeth Clifford, y« wife of M' Eichard Clifford, buried 11 Jan. 1 

Elizabeth Clifford, d. of M' Eichard Clifford, bap. 11 Jan. \ B.T. 

„ Elizabeth Clifford, d. of If Eichard Clifford, buried Feb. 13. ) 

1613. Monday, 5 April, preached from Psalm xxxis. 4, 5, and 6, at M" Anne Clifford's 
burial. 
Brockworth. "^ 

16 . . Eichard Dubberley. s. of Eich. Dubberley of Newland, and Abigail Clifford, 
d. of James Clifford, married May 20. 
Frampton-on-Severn. 
1662. Edward Haynes, gent., and M" Eosamund Clifford, both of Frampton, 

married Feb. 26. 
1671. Eichard Trippet, gent., and Elizabeth Clifford, married April 25. 
1678. Joane, wife of John Clifford, buried Feb. 5. B.T. 

Awre. 

1589. John, s. of James Clyfford the younger, buried April 21. 
Frethern. 
1621. Susanna, wife of Henry Clifford, buried Aug 7. 

1628. Daniel, s. of Henry Clifford, b.ip. Aug. 10. 

1629. Mary, d. of Henry Clifford, bap. Feb. 24. 
1632. William, s. of Henry Clifford, bap. Sept. 2. / 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



43 



Will'm Clotterbooke=pDoi'cas da. of Joseph Baynham of Fferdiuando aad others. 
of Stanley Eegis.' I Westbm-y in com. Gloster Esq. 



Thomas Clotterbooke Dorathy. Anne. Elizabeth. 
7 yere old 1623. 



Cole. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 90" ; 1543, fo. 104". 

Arms. — Per pah indented argent and gules, a lull statant counterchanged ivitMn a 
lordure salU bezantee. 

John Cole of Northey in com. Glocester.=p 

1. John Cole=rAnne da. of Will'm Brugs al's Bruges 2. William. Margarett ux. 
of Northey. of Ellington [Eslington— H. 1.543] WiU'm Hitch. 

[Estington-] in com. Gloster Esq. 



Ursula ux. Will'm Bridgett ux 1. William- 

Gifford of Steine Kedmayne of ... . Cole of 

incom.Northamp- in com. Bucking- Northey. 

ton. ham. 

Marseretfc. 



I I 

: da. of Hugh 2. John, 

Welsh of Livers — 

ocle in com. 3, 

Hereford. 



Ursula 


U 1 1 


1 1 1 
Anne. 


1 


1 1 
William 


3. Eowland=rElizabeth 


4. E 


ux. 










and 


Cole is of 


da. ofWil- 


r: 


John 


Bridgett. 


Catherine. 


2 


Thomas 


Northey 


liamWyatt 


Wyatt. 


Sibbell. 
Dorothey. 


Margerett. 




s.p. 


1623. 


of Tewkes- 
bm-y. 





Thomas Cole of=rAnne da. of Thom. 
Northey 1623. Hyde of ShinfFeld 
in com. Berks. 



I I 
2. John Cole. 



Margaret. Elizabeth. 



3. George Cole. Anne. 



Dorothy. 



1. Thomas Cole 
6 yere old 1623. 



' William Clotterbooke, senior, of Kiages Stanley, gent., in 1630-.32, paid a composition of 
£15 for not taking the Order of Knighthood. (Pell Office Records, Auditor of Keceipt.) 
^ According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



44 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Compton. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 23 ; 1543, fo. 16. 

Arms. — Argmt, a /esse nebulee gules, on a chief of the second a close helmet between 
two lions' heads erased or. 



John Comptou which came out of= 
the house of Compton of Wilts. 



Will'm Compton.=pEUzabeth d. of . 



ShoweU. 



"Walter Compton of Hartbury^pAlice d. of John Lytley 



in com. Gloc. 



de com. Warw. 



Francis 2 sonne. Ann wife to WiU'm Will'm^^fJane d. of Elizabeth 



John 3 



Comp- 
ton. 



Theobald wife to 
William Cicell. 



Walter wife to 
Denny s Will'm 
Knight. Smyth. 



Walter Compton [=j=iDorothyd. of John Higford Dennys [of=pElizab.2 Will'm=F 
of Hartbury. of Dickston in com. Glouc. Alving- I Morris, mort, 

Knt. toni]. 



John Keys=f=Barbara 



of Up- 
leadon in 
com. Gloc. 



Comp- 
ton. 



I 
Wil-- 
liam. 



^Ellean 

d. of ux. 

William Hen 

Meaux 

of the 

Isle of 

Wight 

Knt. 



I I 



Frances 2. John. Maria^ 
ux. — Compton 

3. Wal 
ter. 



Tho- 



AnthoniuB^ 
Compton 
vnicus 
filius et 
— hseres hteres W. 

4. Den- setatis 17 Compton. 



vnica 
filia et 



anno 
1623. 



I I 

2. WiUiam. 

3. Walter. 



I I I 

1. Anne. 2. Frances. 

3. Mary. 



Walter Eleanor.] 



1 According to official record : 
' In later hand. 



the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTTCESTERSHIRE. 



46 



Cooke. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 81 ; 1543, fo. 48^ 



Arms. — Or, a chevron chequy gules and azure between three cinque/oils of the last, in 
chief a crescent for difference. 

. — A unicorn's head or, charged on the neck ivith a crescent, between two wings 
endorsed azure. 



S' Will'm Cooke of Highnam iii=j=Luce d. of S"^ Thorn. Lucey of Charlecott 
com. Grloc. Knight ob. 1618. in com. Wan-. Knight. 



S'Roberti^Dorothey d. of S' Myles 


2. WiU'm 


Ehzabeth ux. 


MM 

Frances. 


Cook of FfleetwoodofAldwinckle 


Cooke. 


John Scuda- 





Highnam in com. Northampton 





more of Ken- 


Dorathej 


Knt. Receiver of the Com't of 


3. Thomas 


church in 





Wards. 


Cooke. 


com. Hereford. 


Mildred. 



Cotton. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 52 ; 1543, fo. 38^ 72^ 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Azure, a chevron betiveen three cotton hanks argent. Cotton ; 
2, Argent, a chevron between five crosses-crosslet fitchee, two in chief and three 
in base, sable, Sidenton ; 3, Argent, on a bend engrailed sable three fleurs-de- 
lis of the first, Holt ; 4, Argent, a scythe sable, Snelston ; over the whole a 
crescent for difference. 

Crest. — A falcon close argent, beaked and belled or, holding in the dexter claw a belt 
.... buckled of the seco?id; a crescent for difference. 

S' John Arden Knight.=f= 



Richard d( 
Sidenton. 



=Agnes d. of S' S"^ Thomas 
John Arden. Arden. 



S"- Richard Holt Knight.= 
Argent, on a bend engrailed 
sable three fleurs-de-lis of 
ths first. 



> Sir Bobert Cooke knighted at Whitehall 20 Deo. 1607. (Cotton MSS., Claudius C. III.) 
* Sir William Cooke by Lucy his wife had issue Sir Robert ; William, slain at the Isle of 
Ehe, s.p. ; Thomas ; Elizabeth, married to John Skydamore, Esq. ; Frances, not married ; Mary, 
not married ; Dorothy, married to another John Skydamore ; Anne, married to Peter Ball of the 
Middle Temple, Esq., who have issue William, Anno 1629 ; aud Mildred, marled to John Maxey, 
Esq., who have issue William, Anno 1629. The said Sir llobert Cooke by his wife, daughter of 
Sir Miles Fleetwood, are the fruitful parents of many hopeful children, Anno 1629. (Berkeley 
MSS., vol. iU., fo. 631.) 



46 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



John Cotton of Cotton^ 
nere Holmes Chappell 
in com. Cester 36 E. 3. 



Richard Cotton. = 



William Cotton= 
of Cotton Wood 
4R. 2. 



Christian 
d. and 
heii-e. 



John=f= 
Holte. I 



John Holte.^ 
^1 

Richard Holte.=F 



J« 



Will'm 
s.p. 



Eve vx. John Cotton. 



EUen vx. 



Agnes. 



David de: 
Bostock. 



Margerett vx. 
Mynshull. 



^ . . . d. and heire of S' 
Will'm Baguley Knight. 
Aems. — Or, three lozenges 



Will'm Cotton oi=r d- of . 

Cotton Wood. Davenport. 



William= 
Holte. 



Gefii-ey. Ellen vx. 
Tyldesley. 



David= 

Bostock. 



John Cotton of=pCatherin d. and heire 
Cotton Wood. I of WiU'm Holte. 



Tof^ 



Thomas Snelston=pIssabeU d. of David 
I Bostock. 



1. Thomas Cotton of Cotton 
Wood vide Chester. 



2. Eafe=rCatherin d. of Will'm John Snelston.^ 
Cotton. I Hamstley or Hanseley. 



1. George Cotton= 
of Whittington in 
com. Glocester. 



=Anne d. of S' 
John Done of 
Cheshire. 



3. Wm'm Cotton.^ 



John Cotton.- 



2. Stephen Allan 
Cotton vide Cotton 
Chester. ob. s.p. 



Thomas Snelston.^ 



2. John 
Cotton 
ob. s.p. 



Anne vx. 1. Richard Cotton=pMargerett d. 



Thorn. 
Pecock. 



of Whittington. 



and heire of 

Thom. 

Snelston. 



John Cotton of=rAnne d. of Thom. Johnes of 
Whittington. I Aubermerle in com. Carnarvon. 



George=f= Allesander 



Cotton. 



Cotton. 



1. Richard= 

Cotton was 
19 yeares 
old 1589. 



Isack Cotton of Stratford Bowe=r. . . 

in com. Midlesex 1613. ... 

I cock 

George David Isack Clement. 
Cotton. Cotton. Cotton. 



: d. 

ofS' 

Nicholas 

Wode- 



d. of 
Han- 



I 

2. Win'] 
Cotton 
14 yeare 
old. 



3. Rafe^ 

Cotton 
12 yeares 
old 1589. 



=Apolyn 
d. of W" 
Child of 
Northwich 
in com. 
Worster. 



Don [Duni][=pi Elizabeth d. of 



Cotton 
and heire 13 
yers old 1612. 



George Tippinge 
de com. Oxon 
miles. 



1. Anna. 2. Apulina.] 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 



47 



CojcbjelL 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 112"; 1543, fo. 168. 



Arms. — Argent, a lend wavy sable letween six fighting codes gules. 

Crest. — A dragon's head argent between two dragon's wings expanded gules. 



John Coxwell of Cirencester=pJoane d. of . . . . Partrich 
in com. Gloster. of Cirencester. 



1 1 1 

Rachell. 


4. Margerett. Nathaniel Coxwell=pSusan 2. Samuel. 


Barbara 


— 


— of Absington [Ab- 


d. of 


ux. John 


Miria. 


5. Martha. lington^] in com. 


Edward 


Holbeach 


— 


Gloster Justice of 


Long of 


of Felton 


Mary. 


the Peace. 


Monnton 


m com. 






m com. 


Som. 






Wilts Esq^ 




Anne ux 


William Horton of Edward Cos 


well^. ... d. of Will' 


m Taylor 


.... in com. "Worster. 1623. 1 of Banbury. 





I 

John Coxwell 1 yere old 1623. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 118 ; 1543, fo. 127. 

Arms. — Azure, a lion rampant argent. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a lion'^ gamb erect argent guttle de sang, charged 
with a mullet sable. 

Thomas Crew who came out of Chesheire into=p 
Glostershire temp. H. 8. I 

I I 

Arther Crew sonn=pAllice d. of . . . . Marton of Chalkley grand- 2. Wiirm=f 
of Thomas [gent.i]. I child of S'' Nicholas Martin. Crew. I 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
From Dowdeswell Parish Registers. 
1686. Henry Coxwell of Turkdean, gent., married Leanna Dodwell of Sandywell, with 
licence, 22 April. 

1690. Henry Coxwell, sou of Henry and Leanna Coxwell, bom 4, bap. 1,S May. 

1691. Elizabeth, daughter of Henry and Leanna Coxwell his wife, born 29 May, bap. 

2 June, 



48 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



Eobert= 



=Allice d. of Jolin Margaret d. and=pMathew=j=Jane d. of Richard Brown- 



Blomer of Hal- 
thorpe [gent.i]. 



heire of 
Grove 1 -wiflfe. 



Crew. 



ing widdow of Anthony 
Stoakes [gent.i]. 



Arther Crew.=f=Ursula d. of John 
I of Kingswood. 



5rid£ 



Will'm Crew [and 
others^]. 



I I 

1. Arther Crew. 2. John Crew. 



Anne ux. Richard 
Russell. 



Allice. Margerett. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 101" ; 1543, fo. 130. 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron engrailed sable, between three ravens proper, as many 

escallops or. 
Crest. — An arm emboived, in armour, holding in the hand an anchor, Crukee. 

Thomas Croker of Battisford in com. Gloc.=rMary dau. of ... . Hull 
and of London Mercer [mercator^]. of Yorksh. 



John Croker=T=Elizabeth dau. of ... . fireeman of Battisford 
of Battisford. widow of Mounkton [Moullton — H. 1543]. 



John Croker=pJoan da. of ... . Riddall of Riddall Anne u:s:. Anthony 
of Battisford in com. Herefford [annigeri]. Sauage of Brodway 

Esq. 1623. in Worcester. 



Dorothy d. and coheire 
wife to Jo. Hales of 
Coventry. 



1. John. 2. Christopher. 



Mary 2 d. and coheire Joane 3'i d. and coheire us. 

ux. S"' Robert Pye K'. Edward Goddard of Estwood 

=j= hay, in com. Southamton. 

I 



Robert Pye 1 yere 
old 1623. 



Elizabeth. Dorothy. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
Frampton-on-Seyern. 1606. John, s. of William Crew, bap. March 30. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 49 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 106 ; 1543, fo. 144^ 
Anus.— Quarterly— 1, [Asure,'^] a hejid between six martlets [ofi] ; 2, Three boars' 
heads couped between nine crosses-crosslet, three, three, and three ; 3, Chequy 
or and gules, a /esse ermine; 4, Chiles, three chevronels argent; 5, Argent, 
a /esse between three mullets pierced azure ; [6, Gules, three bars gobonated 
argent and . . . . {"^ sable), "Ric'us Delaber de Kinaiidslet"^]. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich-feathers per pale argent and 
azure. 

Kennard Delabere.=pJoane d. and coheire of 
Vide Hereford. I S'' Thomas Barry Knt. 



I 
S'' Richard Delabere Knt.=f=Elizabeth d. of . . . . Norreys. 

George Delabere=j=Sibbell d. of Thorn. 'Walwyii .... us. Thorn. 
[Knt. s. and h.i] . of Hellins. Berington. 



1. John Dela-=j=Sibbelld. of John Scudamore 3. Kennard=pElizabeth d. of S"' John 
here. I of Homlacy. Delabere. Hudleston Knt. 



Kennard. Richard. 2. Richard Delabere=Margerett d. of . . . . John Delabere 
of Southam in com. Newman of .... in ob. ccelebs. 
Gloster 1623.3 com. Worster. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 50" ; 1543, ffo. 37", 39", 75". 
Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 8, Gules, a bend engrailed azure between two leopards' 
faces jessant de lis or, Dennis ; 2, Argent, a raven sable tvithin a bordure of 
the second bezantee, Coebett ; 3, Argent, on a chief gules three bezants, 
Russell ; 4, Argent, four fusils conjoined in fesse gules, Newmarch ; 
5, Lozetigy argent and azure, a chevron gules. Gorges ; 6, Argent, on a bend 
gules three martlets m;* Danvers ; 7, Gules, two bars argent, in chief three 
bucks'' heads cabossed or, Popham. 

William Dennis esq' [of^^Margerett d. and heire of Walter Corbett 
Glocestersh.— H. 1041]. I [of Alweston— H. 1041]. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

^ This quartering appears in the official record in the Heralds' College. Dr. Strong, in his 
' Heraldry of Herefordshire ' (p. 25), asserts that it is the coat of Barre, Barrey, or De la Barre 
of Barr's Court, Holmer. 

' Richard Delabere of Southam, Esq., paid a composition of £25 for not taking knighthood 
at the coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 

* Prestbury. 1684. William Bagehott, gent., and M" Anne Delabere mar. 29 May. n 

1693. John, s. of Kennard Delabere, gent., bap. 11 June. 

„ Walter, s. of Kennard Delabere, gent., „ 9 Aug. \ B.T. 

1746. M" Grace Delabere bur. 13 Feb. / 

1775. Joan Delabere „ 9 May. J 

* Vert according to Harl. 1543, H 



50 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



(Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 50^) 
Kad'us Riissell.=f=IssabeU da. and heire to James Newmarshe. 

\ 

I 



Jacobus Eussell.= 



S-- WiU'm's 



Russell K'.=p Rob'tus Russell. 



Rad'us Theobaldus=FEliaiior da. and 



Russell Russell, 
ob. s.p. 



to S' Rauffe 
Grors:es Knie-ht. 



These 3 descentes appeare playne in 
the office holden at YevoU in the 
county of Somersett 12 Aprill 
10 H. 6. 



I I I 

S' Rad'us=rlsabell. 2. Will's Theobard Russell= 



Isabell da. to= 
Bruyne. 



^Mauricis Russell= 
m* Eliz. 3 wiffe. 



=Joane da. to . 
Stradling. 



Tiiomas=F 



Jone d.=S'" Gilbert^ 
of ... . Dennys 
Kemys. Knight. 



:Margerett d. and coheire 
of S"^ Maurice Russell 
[2'y to John Kemis ob. 
s.p.— 1041]. 



Issabell 
ux. Tho. 



Thomas 



ob. s.p.l. 



Theobald 
Russell 
al's 
Georsres. 



Margery ob. s.p. 



3. Richard Margerett 
a preist. a nun 

[at Laook 
—1041]. 



2. William. 



Katherined.of= 
[S'] Edward 
Stradling 
[K. 1 wiffe]. 



-l.Morrys: 
Dennys. 



=Alice d. of 
Nicholas 
Pointz 
[2 wiffe]. 



Hugh Dennys= [Mary] d. of Ric. 



[servant to 
K. H. 8— 
Harl. 1041]. 



2 brother and unckle 
to the Lord Roos 
[2 to S-- Giles 
Capell K.— Harl. 
1041]. 



Isabell ux. 
Reyborne 
Mathew of 



I I I 



[Emme, 

Alice, 
ob. s.p.] 



[Mo 



Francis, 
ob. s.p.] 



[Agnes=Agnes d. and co-=pS>'Walter Dennys [K.]=Ahce d. of .. . 



Mynns heire of S' Robert 

3 wiffe Davers [K. Judge 

— Harl. of the Comon place 

1041.1 —Harl. 1041]. 



[. . . . da. to . 
ffines L. Dacres of 
the South 1 wiffe— 
Harl. 1041]. 



Baynham 

[4 wiffe]. 



[John 
2 Bonn.] 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



51 




Isabel wife 
of John 
Barkley 
2'! Arther 
Porter. 



Edward 
Tame 
[wedd. 15 
Sep. 13 
H. 8— Harl, 
1041]. 



ofWm.Lygon 
[Tid. 22 H. 8 
— Harl.1041]. 

Bridget. 

Mary a nun 
[at Lacocke 28 
Aug^t 11 H. 8 
—Harl. 1041]. 



^Fortune 
widow of 
William 
Kemysh 
of New- 
port and 
d. of 
Thomas 
Norton 
of Bris- 
tow. 



I I 

[Margarett Hugh Dennis=j=Catherin 



Yx. 8' of Pulcher- 

Nicholas chui'ch. 

Arnold 

2 son of 

John Arnold 

wededlQJun. 

21 H. 8— 

Harl. 1041.] 



d.of... 
Trye of 
Hard- 
wike in 
com. 
GloBter. 



Wi 



ill'm s.p. 
Henery s.p. 



I I 

2. Walter. 1. John Den- 
nis of Pulver- 
church. 



^EUinor d. of Thom. AUson vx. Gilbert 
MUlett of .... in Bery of Eston in 
com. Warwick. com. Lester. 



1. Henry Dennis-^ 
of Pulcherchurch 
1623. 



■Margarett d.of S'George 
Speke of .... in com. 
Somersett Ent. 



Scisely^ ux. Wm. Gorges Catherin. 

[Gyes] of Elmore 

[GuyseiJ. 



1. Job 



I 
n Dennis 16 [6^] yere old 1623. 2. Henry Dennis. 



II II 

2. S'' Morris Dennys 4. Thomas. 
Knt. ob. s.p. — 

— 5. Francis. 

3. William. 



. John. S"' Walter=j=Margerett d. of S' Eichard 
Dennys Weston [of co. Surrey^] 
Knt.-t [weded 10 May 14 H. 8— 

Harl. 1041]. 



[Elizabeth d. of Pansefoot of Hassefeild=2. Thomas=rJoaiie d. of Thomas 

CO. Gloc.i] Dennys. I BeU of Gloster. 

c I 

' According to ofScial record in the Heralds' College. 

- Henry Dennys, Esq., Sheriff, paid a composition of £25 for not taking knighthood at the 
coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 

' William Gyse of Elmore and Cecily, d. of John Dennis of Pucklechurch, mar. 20 Feb. 1616. 
Settlement after marriage dated 2i April 15 James. 

* Sir Walter Dennys of St. Augustin's Green by Bristol, Knight. Will dated 2 Feb. 1570 ; 
prob. P.C.C. 12 May 1571 (Holney, 26). 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



C| 



Mary d. of Wm. [Blak-=Thomas Dennys=f=Dorothy d. of "Wal 
lecli^] Blackett Chan- of yf* Citty of ter Compton of 
cellor of J" Dioces of Gloster 1623. Hartburgh in y'= 
Gloster 1 wiffe. Citty of Gloster 

2 wiffe. 



Margerett ux. 
"William Evans 
of y^ Citty of 



1. Wiiliani Dennis 
17 yere old 1623. 



2. Walter Dennis. 
[3. Thomas.i] 



I 
Mon'is 
Dennis. 



I I 
AUice. 



Catherine. 



I 1 
Margarett. 



3. Francis. 5. WH 

— liam. 

4. Walter.2 


Jone [Jane^] 
ux. William 
Compton. 


1 

Anne us. 
Symon 
Cothering 
ton. 


Richard Dennys=pAnne d. of 
of .... in com. S'^ John 
Gloster. St. John of 
Bletshoe. 


1. Anne= 
Dennys 
1 daugh- 
ter. 

[See Port 


pS'Tho- 2. ffrances vx. 

mas John Guihiams 

Porter of Minster- 

ofHam- worth. 

sted. - 

3. Elizabeth. 
er Pedigree.] 


Anthony=j 
Dowle of 
Duns- 
bery. 


=4. Mai-y 
Dennis 
quere 
MaiT or 
MabeH 
[Mabemj. 


4 [szc]. Mary vx. An- 
drew flfysher ob. s.p. 

6. Margerett 1 m. 

to Hill of 

Tokington in com. 
[Glouc] and after 
to ... . Spencer. 




Edward Dowle. Walt 


er Dowle. 







Margerett d. of=j=l. Walter 

Pauncffoote Dennis 

and widow of 1 sonn 
John Eead of andheire. 
Dodington. 



.1.1 



:. . . . widow 2. Mon-ice Dennis 3. William 
of ... . 2 sonn was Seriant — 

Grenvile. Maior of Vlesing 

[? Flushing] and 

was slaine in Brit- 

taine s.p. 



4. Gilbert Dennis 
4 sonn slaine in 
Brittaine. 



Lewes Pigott.=pKatherin Dennis. Jane vx Cokein. 

! 

Elizebeth dyed yong. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
" Walter Dennis, Parson of Derham. WiU dated 3( 
1577 by brother Francis Dennis, ex'or. 
* Pucklechurch. 



June 1577 ; prob. Gloucester 16 Sept. 



1696. 



1620. 
1622. 
1638. 



William, s. of John Dennis, Esquire, 

Cecelia, d. of John Dennis, Esquire, 

M'' CycyJie Dennys 

Katherine, d. of John Dennis, Esquire, 

Henry, s. of Henry Dennis, 

Margret, wife of Henry Dennys, Esquii-e, 

Henry Dennis, Esquire, 



bap. 18 April, 
bur. 



.T. 



I June, 
bap. 9 April. 

„ 8 June. I 
bur. 4 Jan. 
„ 28 June. J 
[ Continued next page. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



53 



Earl. MSS. 1041, fo. 116 ; 1543, fo. 114. 

Arms. — None tricked. 



James Dowell Marchant= 
of Bristow. 



=[Elizabeth d. of . 
of CO. Grloucest.i] 



icard 



Anae d. of "William^ 
Bird Alderman of 
Bristow 1 wifFe. 



John Dowell of Over Ln= 
com. Gloster Justice of 
Peace [et Customarius 
Civit. BristoUi] 1623. 



Mary d. of . . . . 
Langfiford of 
Bristow 2 wifFe. 



1. John Dowell of the Middle Temple 
29 yere old 1623. 



I I 



i I 
2. Christopher. 



2. Nathaniel. Martha. 

3. Robert DoweU. 



Arthur. 



I I 
Catherine. 



Buttmi. 

Arms. — ^None tricked. 
Button of Button in com. Cester.^ 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 121. 



John Button of New Manners= 
in Button in com. Cester 
yonger sonn. 



Alienor d. of Robert Buckenffeld 3 [sic]. Tho- 
of Buckenffeld in com. Cester. mas Button. 



1. John Button 3. Lawrance Button^ 
of New Manners, of Chedworth in 

— com. Gloster 1623. 

2. Thomas s.p. 



I I I 

:Anne d. and ooheire of Robert. EUen. 
Robert Lambert [Lam- — 
bard^] of Chedworth Henery. 

[yeoman^]. 



1. 


wk 


m Button 


2. 


Robert. 


4. 


Phillip. 


Anne 


2i 


yere 


old 1623. 




















3. 


John. 


5. 


Thomas. 





July. /^ 
Aug. 

Aug. ; 



1660. John Denuk. Esquire, departed this life 3 May. 

1676. Henry Dennis, Esquire, buried in the month of October. 

1686. John," s. of William Dennis, Esquire, and Mrs. Dorothy his i g j, 

wife, bap. 3 March ; bur. 5 July. " ' 

1698. Mrs. Mary Dennis „ ' 

1701. William Dennis, Esquire, „ 29 . 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* " In the 20'!' yeare of the said Kinge (Edw. III.) hee (Thomas III. Lord Berkeley) built a 
new house at Over, which John Dowle, now lord thereof, of late tooke downe, erecting a fairer 
iu the place, after the fashion of these our times ; but the aged countenance of the first shewed 
the beauty and greatness it had at this time." (Berkeley MSS., Smyth's ' Lives of the Berkeleys,' 
fo. 365.) 

John Dowle, Esq., paid a composition of £25 for not taking knighthood at the coronation of 
King Charles I, (Pell Office Records.) 



64. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



button. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 53 ; 1543, fo. 73". 

—Quarterly of nine — 1, Quarterly argent and gules, in the second and third 
quarters a fret or ; 2, Argent, on a bend gules three escarbuncles or ; 3, Vert, 
a cross engrailed ermine ; 4, Or, a saltire sable ; 5, Azure, aii estoile between 
the hortis of a crescent argent ; 6, Azure, a chevron between three garbs or ; 
7, Ermine, on a chevron gules three mullets or ; 8, Or, a cinquefoH sable ; 
9, . . . .two bars and a canton ....,- over all a crescent for difference. 

, — A plume of five ostrich-feathers, gules, azure, or, vert, and murrey; a crescent 

for difference. 

Edward Button sonn and heire o^Elizebeth d. of John Carington 
Edward Button of com. Cester. I of Carington. 



1. S^ Peter Button 
Knt. hath yssue as 
in Cheshire. 

^ 



Hugh Button of Hat-=pPerneU d. and heire of Rafe Vernon of 
ton in com. Cester. Hatton [by Margarett da. and heire 

to Eauffe Bralesford— H. 1041]. 



1. John Button=f=Margerett d. of S' Will'm 
of Hatton. I Atherton Knight. 



Lawrance Button 
s.p. 



1. Peter Button of Hatton 
a quo Button de Hatton, 



2. Richard Button.=j= 



Rafe Button.- 



GeflTerey Button 
3 sonn. 

Cicely vx. John 
Birde of Broxton. 



Will'm Button=pAgnes d. of John Richard Button of Cloughton= 
of com. Cester. | Conway pro trenam in Pikering Lethe in com. 
in com. Flint. York. 



. da. to 
, Percey. 



. d. of . . . .=7=1. Thomas Button^ 



Taylor of . . . 
in com. Glos- 
ter 3 wiffe. 
I? Elizab. Dut- 
ton,tvidow, bur. 
ZQAug.lbm.] 



of Sherborne in 
com. Gloster had 3 
wives. Mary d. of 

Maney 1 wiffe. 

\_Died 4, and bur. 24 
Oct. 1581, cet. 74.] 



=Anne d. of Ste- 2. John Button Robert 
phen Kyrton of went into Spayne Button of 
London Alder- and had yssue Cloughton 
manandwiddow John. in Yorksh. 

of S' Thom. 
Withers Knt. 



Anne vx. John 
Warnford 
[Warnfeild] of 
com. Gloster. 



Will'm^ 
Button 
of Sher- 
bourne. 
\_Bur. 
11 Nov. 
1618.] 



:Anne d. of Thomas Lienor vx Anne vx. Raffe 

S"" Ambrose [2sonne]. Solney [Saluey] SalvinofNew- 

Nicholls of Yorkshire. biggen in com. 

Knight and York. 
Alderman 
of London. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCBSTBESHIRE. 



55 



|A 



Fohn 



Button of=pElizebetti d. of Henery 2. Raffe 



Sherborne Esq"' 
1623. [Bap. 
5 Oct. 1594.] 



;on [Beyntoni] Button, 
of .... in com. "Wilts. [Bap. 
[Bur. 3 May 16S8.] IS Feb. 
1603.] 



[Lucie, bap. 9 April WiU'm Button 1 yere Elizebeth. 
I6'2i. Mar. 26 JSlov. old 1623. [? William [Bap. 17 
1638 Thomas Earl Button, Esq., bur. 5 MatjW20.'] 



of Do 



Aug. 1645.] 



3. Gyles Mary vx. S"' Gerrard 

Button, fiieetwood of Wood- 

[Bap. stockeparkeincom. 

1 April Oxon Knt. [Bap. 

1605.] 22 Oct. 1589.] 



[Lucie, privately bap. 
by reason of injinnify 
2 June 1621. Died 
2 April 1623.] 



esttourt. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 158^ 



Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Ermine, on a chief indented gules three estoiles or; 

2 and 3, Sable, a f esse between three falcons' heads erased or. 
Crest. — Out of a mural crown azure a demi-eagle displayed or. 

Walter de la Escourt fuit seisitus in ffeodo simpli re margarum de curiae et 
manerio vocat le Escourt in Shipton Moigne in com. Gloster vt constat ex charta 
sine data. 

Symon de la Estcom-t.=rJoane d. of John ffitz Niccolls juxta Berkley. 



Eichard. "Walter de la Estcourt ex charta^pJulian d. of . . . . renupt. 
a° 12 H. 6. I Grevill. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* The additions printed in italics are taken from the Parish Registers of Sherborne, co. 
Glouc. 

John Berkeley of Plaunches, in the parish of Came, descended from John Berkeley, third 
son of Maurice III. Lord Berkeley, by Sibil his wife, daughter of John Mempasse, gent., had a 
son William, who married Eatherine, daughter of William Chambers, Esq., had a son Thomas, 
whose son Francis Berkeley of Eudes (now living 1622) married Elizabeth, daughter of Eowland 
Button of Hatton, co. Chester. (Berkeley MSS., ' Lives of the Berkeleys,' fo. 321.) 

Sherborne Parish Registers. 

1585. Anna, d. of WOliarn Button, Esq., bap. 22 Aug. 

1586. Elizabeth, d. of WiUiam Button, Esq., „ 9 Jan. 
1590. Thomas, s. of William Button, Esq., „ 15 Sept. 
1593. William, s. of William Button, Esq., „ 2 May. 
1596. Ambros, s. of William Button, Esq., „ 21 Nov. 
1598. WUliam, s. of William Button, Esq., „ 6 Jan. 



56 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



John de la=pAllicia heeres Jo. de Bello Bosco al's Beauboys al's ffairewood de 
Estcourt. I Manerii de Edmonston et ffairwood in com. Dorssett et ter in Shipton 
Moigne vocat Beauboys Court. 



Agnes.=rJolin de la Estcourt. =Margerett 2 wiflPe. 

John de la=pElizebeth d. of . . . . Seymor sister of Eoger and Will'm Escourt 
Estcourt. I Humfirey Seymor. ob. s.p. 

Catherin d. of Richard Ellyott=j=l. Thomas de la=Oatherin d. of 2. "Walter de 
Sergeant at law. " I Estcourt. Richard Hall la Estcourt. 

of Swarrf ord. 
I 
Edmond de la Estcourt.=pPraxeda [Prasidi] d. of Will'm Button of .... in com. 
I Wilts. 



Thomas de la=pHanna d. of . . . 
Eastcourt. Ascough. 



[Edith nup. Ricardo lies and has 
Tho. lies de Tetberi clericum.i] 



1. Thomas East-= 


=Mary da. of Will'm Mary d. of= 


r2. Edmond= 


pMargerett 




court made 


Sauage of Elmeley Richard 


Estcourt 


d. of 




Knight by King 


Castell in com. Pattishall 


[of Tid- 


Thorn. ffol- 




James 17 Novem- 


Worster. of Crick- 


bury in 


liottofPir- 




ber a° 1607. 


lad and his 


com. 


ton in com. 






coheire. 


Glouc.2]. 


Worster. 




1 
Mary vx. fPrancis 


Elizebeth vx. Will'm Cox 


1. Thomas 


2. Edmond. 


Savage. 


of Grey's Inn. 


Estcourt. 






[3. Richard.=. . 


. d. of Ehzabeth ux. Jo. H 


anger- Anne 


ux. Jo. Latton 




Dobbins. ford de Cadnam ir 


com. de co 


m. Berks.i] 




Wilts ar. 






Gyles de la Estcourt of the Citty of Salisbury .=pE 


lizebeth d. of 


. . . . Webb, 
lary vx. James 


S^ Edwards 


pMary 


d. of John Honor vx. Thorn. 


[Barbara 1 


Estcourt 


Glanvile of Tavi- sonn of S'' Giles 


ux 1 


hurbarne of 


of the 


stock 


in com. Mompeson Knt. 


Pell.i] Js 


''ew Romuey 


Citty of 


Devo 


a [nuper 2 to Thomas 


11 


1 com. Kent. 


Salisbury. 


unms 


Justic. in Harding. 






B 


com. 


Bancoi]. 




C 


' Accord 


ing to official record in the Heralds' College. 


' Added 


in a later hand. 





THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



57 



III I 

Edward S"' Gyles Estcourt [Alice ux. W™ Master Mary vx. Anthony Daston 

Estcourt Knt. [cinctus 3 de Cirencester in com. of Wormington in com. 

of Lin- Dec. 16231]. Gloster mil. cine. 3 Gloster [et hseres Ric'di 

con's Dec. 1623.1] Dastoni]. 

Inn. 



3. George=pJoane d. of . 
Estcourt. I Steede. 



Eichard Estcourt.=r[Anne d. of . . . . [Ann 

I Wilcox.iJ innupfc.i] 



Edmond Estcourt.=pMary d. of 
Bernard. 



John Estcourt.=pGrace d. of . . 
Lyggon. 



I ^ 

George Estcourt. Divers daughte 



Edmond Estcourt. Divers children. 



Ceciley vx. Will'm 
Poole. 



Mary vx. Eichard 
Guynet. 



Elizebeth vx. 
Thoby Chapman. 



Joane vx. Gyles 
Bennet. 



1. Edmond=pJane d. of S"' 
George Snig 
Knt. one of 
the Barons of 
the Ex- 
chequer. 



2. Thomas 3. Eichard=Anne 4. Jasper"=Elizebeth 
Estcourt. Estcourt. d. of Eastcourt. d. of S'' 

George .... 

Ive. Knt. 



I I II 

1. Thomas 2. Richard 3. Edmond. 
Eastcourt. Estcourt. — 



5. John 
Estcourt. 



6. William. 7. Christopher, 



4. George. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 118"; 1543, fo. 133". 
Arms. — None tricked. 
Hugh Evans of Montgomery .=p. ... d. of ... . Vaughan. 



Winiam Evans of the Citty of=rMergerett d. of Thorn. Dennys of the 
Gloster. I Citty of Gloster. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College, 
Jasper Eastcourte of Kadborough, gent., paid a com 
knighthood at the coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 



2 Jasper Eastcourte of Kadborough, gent., paid a composition of £11 13s. 4d. for not taking 



58 THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

A| 

Thomas Evans of the Citty of=pElizabeth d. of Nicholas Roberts of 'Wootton in 
Gloster. I com. Gloster. 



Thomas Evans ob. an infant. 



Elizabeth 2 yere old 1623. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 97 ; 1543, fo. 117^ 

Arms. — Or, a /esse lehveen a douhk-headed eagle displayed in chief, charged on the 
Ireasttvith a label of three points, and a stag's head cahossed in base, all sable. 



[Orate pro Anima Thomse ffeild Armigeri. 

Iste Thomas condidit tesfcamentum 22 August 1510 p' q'' patet q'^ sepult fuit in 
Ecclia sive Capella de Strode coram fFenestra ex p'te austriali vbi ffuit Figura sua 
depicta cum Armis suis cum inscripta vt supra. — H. 1543.] 

.... Feld of Pagenhall or Strode in com. 61oster.=p 
I 

Thomas Feld of Pagenhall in the p'ish of Strode=rAnne d. of Florence. 
in com. Gloster. I . . . . 



Stafford Duke of Buck 
ingham 1 wiffe 




base d. of Humffi.-ey=pGiles Feld of=f=Ellinor d. of Will'm HoUyday Florence. 
" " " ' " ' " of [Rodburow^] in com. 
Gloster 2 wiffe. 



Giles Feld= 
of the 
Citty of 
Worster. 



3. Giles Feld. 



4. Walter Feld. 



5. Thomas. 



1. Williamp 
Feld. 



Anthony Feld=j=Catherin 



of Pagenhall 
[£Bt. 80 ann. 
16231]. 



d. of John 
Tutty of 
Winch- 
combe. 



Dorothy. Dorothea. 
Ellenor. Eleanora.i] 



1. Eichard=Anne d. of 2. Giles Feld. 5. SamweU. 
Feld of William Cox — — 

Pagen- of Ashton 3. Edward. 6. Anthony. 

hall.2 Kemis in — — 

com. Wilts. 4. Nathaniell. 7. Joseph. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
2 Richard Field of Pakeuhill, gent., paid a composition of £12 
hood at the coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 



for not taking knight- 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 59 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 104 ; 1543, fo. 136". 

Arms. — Argmt, on a lend gules, cottised azure, three horse-shoes or. 
CaEST. — An ostrich proper, holding in the beak a horse-shoe or. 

John fiferrers of . . . .=pChri8tian d. of . . . . Hungerfford. 



John fferrers of Blunsden in com. Wilts.=i=. ... d. of ... . flfowler. 
I 

Koger fferrers of Corsham in=f=Margerett d. of Giles Badger of ffiddington 
com. "Wilts. I in com. Gloster. 

John fferrers of fiBddington=pEUenor d. of Edward 2. William. 4. John fferers 
in com. Gloster 76 yeare fferrers of Badesley — of London, 

old 1623. in com. Warwick. 3. Roger. 



I ill 

Heaery fferrers a marchant 2. John 3. William fferrers an Dorothey. 
in Spayne. fferrers. apprentice in London. 



* Will of Jolin Ferrers, Clerk, Rector of Minohinhampton, proved at Gloucester, 10 June 
1717, by Martha Ferrers his daughter. 

At Ash Church, co. Gloucester, is a monument against the south wall on which are the 
effigies of an old man, at half-length, habited as a Citizen of London in a livery gown, and 
holding in his right hand a pair of gloves, and under his left is a human skull, with the following 
motto surrounding it : 

Live well and die never, 

Die well and live for ever. 

Over the image are the following arms, viz., On a bend cotised three horse-shoes, a crescent 
for a difference. Crest : An ostrich, in the beak a horse-shoe. 

Memorise Sacrum. 
William Ferrers, Citisen of Loudon, second sonn of 
Koger Ferrers of Fiddington, Gent., had 3 wives, with 
whom he lived 50 years most lovingly, and by whom 
hee saw himself a happy father and Grandfather ; all 
his Children died before him. Hee preferred many of 
his Brothers, of his Kindred, and of his countrymen, and left 
behinde him several Workes of Piety ; .as to the Poore 

of this Place where he was borne £10 per annum. 

To a Preacher in this Parish, and to the mending of the 

Highways about Fiddington, To every one £5 

yearly for ever. Moreover he gave £30 yearly for 

ever towards a free school in Tewxbery, and £5 
per annum to the Poore of that place, with several 
GuLEtes to the Poore, and other pius uses in and about 



60 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIEE. 



ffiUtlti alias ilnbje. 



Harl. MSS. 1011, fo. 107" ; 1543, fo. 146*. 
— Quarterly — 1 and 6, Ermine, on a lend engrailed azure three cinque/oils or ; 
2, Argent, on a chevron guUs three crosses pattee or ; 3, Argent, six pellets, 
three, two, and one, a mullet gules for difference; 4, Gules, an eagle displayed 
argent, beaked ami membered m- ; 5, Gules, three crescents argent, a chief 
ermine ; over the ivhole a crescent for difference. 
Ceest. — A falcon with wings expanded gules, charged with a crescent for difference. 

John ffiflfeld al's Low.=f 



Richard fBffeld al's Low.- 



Eobert ffiffeld al's Low.^ 



John ffiffeld al's Low of Camberwell in Surrey. 
Vide Kent. =f 



Symon Lowe of Bromley=pMargerett d. and heire 
in com. Kent. I Lacje of London. 



' Christopher 



1. Timothy Lowe miles. Vide Kent. S'' Thomas Low of London=pAnne d. of 
[^«" 23 July 1603.1] Kn' lord maior. IKn'^ at Gabriell 

=f= Whitehall 26 July 1603. | Coulston 

4- Lord Mayor 1604.1] of London. 



S'' GabrieU Lowe of Xewerke=f=Anne d. of Hunger- 2. Thomas. 



in com. Gloster Knieht. 
lKn"'at Whitehall 23 March 
1617.1] 



of Downe Ampney 
widdow of William 
Bennett. 



3. MicheU. 



GabrieU Lowe .5 yere old 1623 



4. ifrancis 
[Stances — 
H. 1041]. 



Mary. 



London. Hee likewise gave large Legacies both 

in Lands and Monyes to his 3 Grandchildren, 

Brothers and Kindred". Hee departed this Life the 

26 Day of September 1625, and lies bnried in AUhaUows 

Church in Lombard Street, London. 

Thomas Ferrers, his Brother, and part Executor, 

with love and care bitQt this small Monument. 

This monament doubtless commemorates William, the second son of Eoger Ferrers described 
as of Corsham in the above pedigree. 

In the Herald's Visitation of London, 1634, two pedigrees of Ferrers are recorded. To one 
of those families the same arms as on the monument are allowed, differenced with a martlet. The 
pedigree commences wiih Roger Ferrers of Hidington, co. Glouc. (doubtless Fiddington, the error 
arising from a mis-reading of the double "f"). This Roger was probably the same as Roger 
described as third son of Roger said in this pedigree to be of Corsham, and brother of William. 

' Cott. JISS., Claudius C. HI. 

* Thomas Fifeilde of Farmington paid a composition of £11 13s. Id. for not taking knight- 
hood at the coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



61 



dftittl). 



Harl. MSS. lOil, fo. 120'' ; 1543, fo. 173. 

Bartholomew Finch went out of Kent to Bushey=p. ... d. of ... . Erie 
near Wickham in com. Buckingham. I [Earle — H. 1543]. 



Henry Finch of Kempley=T=Anne d. and coheire of Lennord Pigott 
in com. Gloster. I of "Whaddon in com. Buck. 



Francis Finch.=pJane d. of John Thornborough Bishop of Worster. 



Elizabeth. Jane. 



Frances. 



Amy. 

Mary. 



I I 
1. John Finch. 



2. Alexander. 



I I 



4. Russell Finch. 



ffo'mltv. 



Arms. — Quarterly azure and or, in 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 93" ; 1543, fo. 109. 

first quarter a hatvFs lure and line of the 

Crest. — An ostrich's head or letween two toings expanded argent, holding in the 
leak a horse-shoe azure. 

Another Shield : for Bulman. — Quarterly — 1, Sable, three bars wavy argent, on 
a chief gules a lull passant or ; 2, Argent, three bars gules, a canton ermine ; 

3, Quarterly ermine and azure, on the second and third a leopard's face or ; 

4, Or, a pheon azure. 

Richard Fowler of Stone-=pJudith or Margery^ da. of Gilbert 
howse, com. Glouc. Bennet of Stonehowse. 



William Fowler of Stonehowse.= 



. d. of Stephens [of Estington co. Glouc.^]. 



Dauiell Fowler^ of=pJudith d. of . 
Stonehowse. I Huntley. 



2. Richard. 3. Henery. 



' In the official record there are two pedigrees ; one gives the name of the wife as Judith, 
the other as Margery. 

- According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

•' Daniell Fowler of Stouebouse paid a composition of £21 for not taking knighthood at the 
coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 







A| 




B 


Anne vx. 


Judith. 


2. Nathaniell. 


5, Danyell. 


1. Stephen^ Ursula d. of 


Richard 


— 


— 


— 


Fowler of George 


Clutter- 


Hester. 


3. Samuel. 


6. William. 


Stone- Browning 


buck. 










howse. of Cowley 




Elizabeth. 


4. John. 




m com. 











Glouc. 




Jane. 









Edward Fowler^pJoane d. of .... Bekensaw of 
of Stonehowse. I Godfield in com. Southampton. 



3. Thomas Fowler= 

[of Stanly Regisi], 



Ansehne=FJudith d. and heire of Tho- 



I I 
2. Robert. 



Fowler 
ofStone- 



mas Bulman of London — 

[merchant, by Margaret 3. Ferdi- 

d. and h. of . . . . Apsley nando. 
of Thakum in co. Surrey i] . 



Elizabeth d. and sole ' 
17 yere old 1623. 



Mary. 



Dorothey. 



Joane. Alice. 



Jasper Fowler of Dover. 
Vide Kent. 



Richard 
Fowler. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, flfo. 109, 111 ; 1543, fo. 157". 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Argent, a chevron sahle, in chief a iar engrailed gules; 
2, Argent, a cross patonce gules between four ears of wheat proper ; 3, Or, a 
griffin segreant sable; A, Argetit, a cross fleurie between twelve nails sable; 
5, Argent, a demi-stag passant issuing out of the sinister side or; 6, Argent, 
an unicorn courant sable. 

Thomas Freme of Lypiate=r. . . . d. and coheii-e of S'' William 
in com. Gloster. I Morgan of Pencoyd Knt. 



Wilham Freme of Lypiate.=p. ... d. of ... . Bamfeld. 



Robert Freme of^pJoane d. of . . . . Gogh 
Lypiate [Ar.i]. [Goughi]. 



2. Thomas Freme 
of Lypiate. 



3. Giles 
Freme. 



William [Thomas^] Freme=j=Elizabeth d. of Thomas Brigs [Brigg^] 
of Lypiate. I of .... in com. Worster. 

Thomas Freme 18 yere old 1623. 2. Robert. 3. William. Susan. Ursula. 
' According to official record in the Heralds' 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



4. Eichard Freme= 
Maiorof Gloster[?]. 



=Maryd.of. 
of Gloster. 



. Home 



5. Willia 
Freme. 



Anne ux Flower o 

Frampton uppon Severn. 



1. Richard^ 
Freme of 
Gloster. 



^Anne d. of 2. John=Elizabetli 


3. Robert. 


Hester ux 


John Freme. d. of 





Richard 


Brown Richard 


4. Henry. 


Prichett. 


of com. Eabett. 






Devon. 







1. Richard 



2. James 



chard "| 

— >ob. s.p. 

mes J 



3. Thomas 
Freme. 



Sara ux. 
Robert 
fforster of 
Bray in 
com. Berks. 



4. Price Anne. 
Freme. — 

Joane. 



Earl. MSS. 1041, fo. 99 ; 1543, fo. 123. 

Arms. — Gules, two lions jMssant or ivUhin a bordure azure, a crescent charged with 
a crescent for difference. 

.... Garnon of Garnon in the p'ish of Mansell=j= 
[parva-] in com. Hereford. 



John Garnon of com. Hereford 2 sonn.= 



M M 

1. William. 4. John. 

3. Nicholas s.p. 5. James. 



2. Lucas Garnon=pAnne d. of ... . Anne us. Thorn. 
Alderman of Woodward of Bridgman. 

Gloster.^ Tmning. 



1. Anthony Garnon- 
of Harnhill in com. 
Gloster 1623. 



^Christian d. of John Morgan 
of Wybeston [Wiboston^] in 
com. Bedflford. 



William. 3. Peeter 
Garnon. 



1. Lucas=rMary d. of S"^ Thorn. 2. Nicholas. 



Garnon. 



Dacres of Cheshunt 
in com. HertflFord. 



4. Thomas. Anne. 
Mary. 



1. Anthony Garnon 8 yere old 1623. 2. Thomas. 3. Dacres. Dorothy. 



' This Anne is cancelled in the original. 

^ According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

3 Will of Luke Garnons, Alderman of Gloucester, dated 20 Jan. 1608 ; prob. at Gloucester 
1 Nov. 1615. Names sons Anthony, William, and Peter, daughters-in-law Christian and Anne, 
grandchild Luke, wife Anne, Anne wife of s. Peter, son-in-law Henry Hazard, gent., and loving 
cousin John Bridgeman, Esq. 



64 



THE VISITATION OF GLOtJCESTERSHIRE. 



#astrell 

Harl. MSS. 1041, ffo. 33^, 36" ; 1543, fo. 24". 

Arms. — Chequy argent and sahle, on a chief or three lucks'' heads couped sable. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased proper, gorged with a chaplei vert. 

Note, the Crest per Cla. Hawley. Under the Arms, per Clarenceux Harvye. 



Walter Gastrell.^ 



Richard Gastrell of Thedbury [Tetburyi].^ 



John Gastrell of Shipton Moyne^ 
in com. Gloc. 



=Ann d. of John Dyer of Mamesbury. 
Arms. — Sable, three goats passant 
argent, in chief an annulet. 



2. Edmund 
[Edwardi] 
2 Bonn. 



Thomas 5 sonn. 
[5. Walter.i] 



Arthur 
3 sonn. 



Charles 
6 sonn. 



Walter George 

[3I] sonn. [6^] sonn. 



Richard Gastrell=rAnne d. and heu-e of 
heire. Thomas Butler of 
Badmington in com. 
Gloster. 



Henry 
[41] sonn. 



Bridget. Elizabeth wife 

— to Thomas 

Florence. Parry of 

Fflintshire. 



GastreU^pMary d. of Thom. 2. Nicholas. 



4. John. 



died before his 
ffather. 



Knightley of ... . 
in com. North- 
ampton. 



3. DcTerux. 



Rachell ux. Mary. 

Richard 

Pitman. 



1. Knightley Gastrell [fil. et 
set. 17 annor. hoc anno^]. 



2. John Gastrell. 



Thomas Gastrell. 



' According to oflScial record in the Heralds' College. 

* The pedigree in Harl. 1041 ends with the children of John Gastrell and Ann Dyer, without 
giving the marriage of Kichard. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



65 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 97^. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Per pale gules and azure, three lions rampant guardant or ; 
2, Argent, on afesse sable between three pellets as many Catherine wheels of the 
field ; 3, Gules, a cinque/oil argent guttee de poix ; 4, Argent, three piles 
issuing from the chief gules ; over all a crescent for differmce. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant guardant or, charged ivilh a crescent gules for difference. 



Thomas Gates Esq'' temp. E. 3.=j= 
I 



Will'm Gates : 



S"" Geffrey Gates Knt. Bannerett was=f= Agnes d. and beire of S' Thom. Eafl'e. 



of Garnetts in high Ester in com, 
Essex temp. H. 6. Marshall of 
Callice and Captaine of the He of 
"Wight. Ob. temp. E. 4. 



Baldington of Aderbury in — 

com. Oxon Kut. Christopher. 



Will'm Gates=f=Mabell d. and heire of Thomas Capdow of High Ester 
Esq"'. I by Anne d. and heire of ... . Fleming of Essex. 



S'- Geffrey Gates=rElizabeth d. of S-- William 
of .... in com. Clopton of Kentwell in 
Essex Knt. com. Suffolk Knt. 



Anne ux. Thom. Darcye 
unlde of Thomas Lord 
Darcy of Chich. 



1. S' John Gates Knt. Captaine 
of the Guard and of the Privye 
Councell to H. 8. Chancellor 
of the Dutchy of Lanck. 
Attainted in the time of Q. 
Mary. Ob. s.p. 



I 
2. Geffreys 



^Elizabeth d. of Wil- = Peter Went- 



liam Walsingham 
sister of S'' Francis 
Walsingham Knt. 
Secretary of State. 



worth of 
Lillingston 
Lovell in 
com. Oxon 
2 husband. 



Geffrey Gates^ 
[of Bury 
S' Edm.i] 
1623. 



^Elizabeth 
d. of John 
Pinchon of 
Written 
in com. 



Joyce ux. John 
Taverner sonn 
ofJohnTaverner 
of Upminster 
in com. Essex 
Surveyor of 
the Woods to 
Q. Elizabeth. 



2. Anthony=pJudith d. of Roger 



Gates dyed 
at Oxfford. 



Taverner of 
in com. Essex 
Surveyor of the 
Woods from Trent 



According to official record In the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTEBSHIBE. 





A| 






B| 




1 

1. Geffry 


2. Henry. 


4. Peeter. 


Judith ux. 


Mary ux. Valen 


- Ehzabeth 


Gates 








Robert 


tyne Wirley 


ux. Charles 


30 yere 


3. John. 


5. Paule. 


Lydcott of 


[Worleyi] of 


Crafford 


old 1623. 






.... in 


Dodford [Dad- 


[Cratfordi] 








com. 


fordi] m com. 


of in 








Berks. 


Northampton. 


com. "Wors- 
ter. 


Christopher 


Judith 


Petronella 


Elizabeth 


Catherine 


aet 


4, 1626. 


ffit.6. 


set. 5. 


ffit. 3. 


mort.i] 



Timothe Gates of Cleve in com.= 
Gloster Justice of the Peace and 
p'sonn of the p'ish Church. 



^Catherin d. of Charles 
Bridges of Wilton in 
com. Hereford. 



2. Thomas Gates of 
the Inner Temple 
Conseler. 



I I I I I 

Francis Gates 2 yere old 1623. I.Judith. 2. Ellinor. 3. Catherine. [4.Jane.i] 



Lucy -wiife 1 of Thom.^pS'' Henry Gates=Catherine d. of "Watkyn 



Knevett of Buckenham 
Castell in com. Norfolk. 



of Seymer in 
com. York. 



[Albericus et 



Vaughan of Bredwardyn Will') 
in com. Hereford. ob. s.p.^] 



Edward=i=Elizabeth d. a 



Gates 
of 



sole heire of 
Richard Cave 
of Stamflford in 
com. N'hamp- 
ton Sonne of 
S^ Thomas. 



2. John= 

Gates of 

Holden 

in com. 

York. 

Vide 

York. 



Issabell 
d. of 

Know- 
sell of 
Holden. 



3. Henry=pElizabeth d. 



Gates 
of Gos- 
berton 
in com. 
Lincoln. 



heire of 
Nicholas 
Robinson of 
Boston in 
com. Lincon. 



Catherine 
ux. Rich- 
ard Eger- 
ton. 



I I I 
William 



Henry. 
Edward. 



Elizabeth. 



I III 
1. Robert=. ... d. of ... . Lucy ux. Will'm Hake Esq^ 
Gates of Clinton of ... . — 
Gosber- in com Elizabeth ux. John Thorn- 
ton. Esq'^ [d. of Fines ton of Holderness Esq"^. 

fris of CO. — 

Lincoln!]. Susan. 



Accordiug to official record in the Heralds' College 



THE VISIT A.TION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



67 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 91 ; 1543, fo. 106". 
Arms. — Gules, a chevron ermine between three pheons or. 



John Gostlett of Marffeld=r[. . . . d. of . . 
[Marsfeildi] in com. Glouc. I Chambers.i] 



Wiffia 



iam Grostlett of MarfFeld=pJoane d. of . . . . Webb of E . . . . 
[Marshfeildi]. [PEodborne] in com. Wilts. 

William Gostlett=f=Anne d. of Walter John Fortune 1 ux. Thorn. Yong Alice. 



Hungerford of 
Cadenham in 
com. Wilts. 



B.p. 



2 to W" Stanlake 
[Stalake— Harl, 1041]. 



Jane. 



Ursula d. of Edward [Leonard — Harl.=Charles Grostlett=pCatherin d. of William 
1543] Bennett of Eblie 1 wifiFe. of Marffeld I Pawlet of Cottells in 

1623. com. Wilts Esq. 

William Gostlett 17 yere old 1623 [one yeari]. 



(iougj)* 



Arms. — None tricked. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 100" 



George Gough of Huelsfeld=j=Mary d. and coheire of Will'm Waren 
in com. Gloster. I of S' Breuils in com. Gloster. 



[Mariana ux. Isarart Gliston 


l.Will'm=fAUice d. 


2. Warren Gough=j 


=Dorothay 


of the City of Bristoll. 


Gough. 


and co- 


ofWisbury[Wil8- 


d.of 







heire of 


beryijmthep'ish 
of Breiiis [S' 


James 


Eleanor ux. Edmundi 




Eichard 


Berew of 


Madock of Wollaston 




Bisgood 


BreuiUsi] in com. 


Awre. 






of North 


Gloster 1623. 








Petherton 






Blanch desponsata .... 




in com. 






Ijewys of Iston hill in com. 




Somersett. 






Monmouth sine prole.i] 


A 




B 





According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



1. George 2. Richard- 
Gongh ob. Gough. 
s.p. 



3. Warren 
Gough. 



Richard 
Gough 27 
[211] yere 
old 1623. 



I I 

Allice. Ellenor. 



James. 



Mary ux. Richard 
Tilen. _ 

Blanch. 



^ According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Hewelsfield. 



1650. 
1C5.?. 
1655. 



George, son of Eichard Gough and Elizabeth his wife, 



bap. 28 Feb. 



Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Gough and Elizabeth his wife, „ 26 May. 

Eichard, son of Eichard Gough and Elizabeth his wife, „ 10 Oct. 

Mary, daughter of Eichard Gough and Elizabeth his wife, „ 2 Feb. 

Hannah, daughter of Eichard Gough and Elizabeth his wife, ,, 2 Nov. 

Ann, dau. of William Gough, „ 10 Sep. 

James, son of Eichard Gough and Elizabeth his wife, „ 

Warren, son of William Gough and Ann his wife, ■ ,, 21 July. 

William, son of William Gough and Mary his wiJEe, ,, 20 May. 

Mary, daughter of William Gough and Mary his wife, „ 3 March. 

Sarah, daughter of William Gough and Mary his wife, „ 28 Dec. 

George, son of William Gough and Mary his wife, ,, 3 Sept. 

James, son of William Gough, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 15 Feb. 

John, son of WiUiam Gough, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 1 March. 

EUinora, dau. of William Gough, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 15 March. 

Mary, daughter of Charles Gough, gent., and Elizaljeth his wife, „ 18 Jan. 

Charles, son of Charles Gough, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, „ 15 April. 

Warren, son of Charles Gough, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, „ 2 Sept. 

Douglas, son of Charles Gough, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, „ 18 Dec. 

Eichard, son of William and Katherine Gough, „ 27 Nov. 

George, sou of William and Katherine Gough, „ 27 April. 

Elizabeth, dau. of William and Katherine Gough, ,, 19 Oct. 

Elizabeth, dau. of William and Katherine Gough, „ 30 April. 

Charles, son of William and Katherine Gough, „ 25 June. 

Ann Gough bur. i Jan. 

Israel Gough „ 8 Feb. 

Mary Goffe „ 17 April. 

Eichard Gough „ 17 April. 

Blanch Gough „ 11 Feb. 

Eichard Gough of the parish of Moccas, Herefordshire, „ 29 Dec. 

George Gough „ 27 Feb. 

James Gough of Newland, gent., ,, 27 Sept. 

Warren, son of Elizabeth Gough, widow, ,, 21 Jan. 

OUver Gough „ 11 Dec. 

Mary Gough of Pastor's Hill „ 30 July. 

Richard Edwards and Elizabeth Gough mar. 16 June. 

1685. Mary, daughter of William Gough of Hewelsfield, married Eev. John Hard- 
wick of Michaeltroy, Co. Monmouth, late a Minister of God's Word. She 
died 1 1 Dec. 1685, and was buried at Hewelsfield. The entry is as follows : — / 
1685. Maria Hardwick vid. sepulta fecit Decern'"'' 14°. ' 

Mem"'". 

George Gough of Hewelsfield married Mary, dau. and coheir of William Warren of St. Brevell's, 
and had issue : — 

I. William=Alice, dau. and coheir of Richard Bisgood of North Petherton, co. Som., and 
had issue — 1. George, died s.p. 2. Warren, died s.p., and was buried in the same grave as 
William Warren .aud his wife in 1636, and the arms of Gough erected over him (Rudder). 

3. Eichard Gough of Hewelsfield, who mar dau. of ... . More of Monmouth, and had issue 

(1) a dau. Alice^ married Sir Nicholas Throckmorton of Clowerwall ; and had (2) a d.au. Ellinor, 
mar. Sir William Catchmay of Biggesweare, Knt., and had issue two sons and three dau's. 

II. Warren Gough of Willsbury in the parish of St. Brevells, co. Glouc, mar. Dorothy, dau. 
of James Berewe of Aure, and had issue Eichard, died 27 Aug. 1623, James, Mary, and Blanch. 

iCo?^^^^ next page. 



1663. 
1665. 
1668. 
1669. 
1673. 
1674. 



1690. 
1694. 
1698. 
1700. 
1701. 
1718. 
1723. 
1725. 
1728. 
1732. 
1669. 
1671. 
1673. 
1678. 



1691. 
1696. 
1704. 
1718. 
1677. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 69 

(Greene* 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 106"; 1543, fo. 145. 

Arms. — Azure, three bucks trippant or, in chief a mullet pierced. 
Crest. — A buck's head couped ermine, attired or, cliarged loith a mulUt pierced for 
difference. 

John Greene 3 brother of Thomas Greene=p 
of Greens Norton in com. Northampton. 



Thomas Greene of Tamworth.=j= 
^1 

Thomas Greene of Tamworth.=p 

1. Thomas Greene 2. Oliver Greene=pJoane d. of . 
of Tamworth. of Tamworth. I Fetherstone. 



Thomas Greene=plssabell d. of Hen. Lingen sonn 
of Warwick. of John Lingen of Hurst. 



Thomas Greene of Bristow apprentice to the law=rl^ettice d. of Henery Tutt of West 
in the midle Temple 1623. I Meane in com. South'ton. 

William Greene 16 yere old 1623. 1. Anne. 2. Elizabeth. Margerett. 



1665. Ann, dau. of William Gough, bap. 10 Sept. 

1718. Mary Gough of Pastor's Hill bur. 30 July. 

1737. WiUiam Gough, gent., „ 8 Aug. 

1743. M" Mary Gough „ 16 Oct. 

1765. George Gough, Esq., „ 6 Sept. 

1768. M' William Gough „ 11 Dec. 
Newland. 

1716. James Gough bap. 30 Sept. 

1725. Mary, dau. of William Gough of Brook Holland, bur. 9 June. }• P.B. 

„ Elizabeth, dau. of William Gough and Katherine, „ 22 Oct. 
English Bicknor. 

1618. Mary, dau. of John Gough, gent., bap. 2 Aug. 

1619. Margaret, dau. of John Gough, „ 6 Dec. Lpp 
1621. George, son of John Gough by Mary his wife, ,, 2 Dec. ' " ' 
1626. Giles, son of John Gough by Mary his wife, „ 16 July. 

Will of Jamea Gough of Newland proved at Gloucester by Mary, his relict and executrix, 
24 Aug. 1691. 

Will of Mary Gough of Pastor's Hill, Newland, widow, proved at Gloucester 14 March 1699. 






70 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



i^rebill 



Arms. — None tricked. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo, 142". 



Richard GrevUl of Lymington in com. Gloster.^ 



1. •Will'mGrevillofArle 
Justice of the Comon 
pleas. 



2. Robert^ 
Grevill. 



=. . . . d. and 3. Gyles Grevill 
coheire of of Eushborow. 
John Aries. 



ffrancis Grevill.=p 
I 



Gyles GreviU of Charlton= 
Regis in com. Gloster. 



=. . . . d. of . . . . ffreeman of Battisford 
in com. Gloster. 



1. WiU'm^pAnne d. of . 
Grevill of Love of . 
Charlton com. Warwick. 
Regis. 



2. Robert^ 
Grevill. 



3. ffrancis- 
Grevill. 



viUof 
Charlton 



Gre-=j=Sara d. of 



Richard Payne Henery 
of Rodbrooke Balden, 
in the p'ish of 
Hamton in 
com. Gloster. 



Mary ux. Margerett 



ux. Will'] 
Garton. 



Compton 
Grevilli 
only 
daughter. 



Will'm GreviU 2. Gyles. 
13 yere old — 

1623. 3. fitancis. 



I I 
Gyles s.p. 

Edward s.p. 



Giles Jane.^ 
Gre- — 
viU.2 Edith.3 



5. Edward. 



The daughter of Francis Grevill according to official record in the Heralds' College. 
The children of Bobert Grevill according to official record in the Heralds' CoUege. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



71 



#uest. 



Arms. — None tricked. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 83^ 



John Kondell.= 



Gyles G-uest of Tewksbery=p 
in com. Gloster. 



John Rondell.' 



1. Thomas= 
Guest of 
Tewks- 



2. Alexander=pMargery d. 



Guest 2 sonn 
of Gyles was 
of Tewks- 
bery. 



of John 
Meredeth 
of Upper 
Weld in 
com. Buck- 
ingham. 



Simon= 
Love 

of 

in com. 
North'- 
ton. 



=Elizabeth 
d. of 
8=^ Ric. 
Vaughan 

of 

in com. 

Hereford 

Knt. 



John=f=Margerett 

d. of 

Rock of 
Sallop. 



del 



John Guests 


r d. of 


S^ Lyonell=f 


of Tewks- 


"Wheeler of Gar- 


Guest was 


jery. 


woods Court in 


of a towne 




com. Worcester. 


caUed the 
Moyne in 
Ireland 
Knt. 







d. and 
sole heire 
of Simon 
Love. 



John Ron- 
dell of 
London. 



■Mary d. of 
James 
Ridleston 
of Man- 
chester 
in com. 
Lanck. 



Elizabeth d. and=FEdward 



sole heire of S^ 
Lyonell Guest. 



Rondell of 
London 



1. John Rondell of Lon- 
don marid Elizabeth d. 
of ... . Nichols in com. 
Sussex. 



2. Thomas 4. Christo- 
Rondell of pher. 
London. 



John Rondell sonn and heire. 



John Guest=i=Elizabeth d. of 
'Tewks- Francis Brad- 
bery. shaw. Vide 

Darby. 



Anne ux. Gyles 
Bradgate of 
London. 



John Guest. Mary. 



Mary ux. 
Thomas 
Beale of 
Tewksbery. 



AUice ux. Michell 
Taylor of Tewks- 
bery. 



Sara. Hanna. 



72 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 21 ; 1191, fo. 12 ; 1543, fo. 11. 

Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Gules, seven lozenges vaire, three, three, and one, on a 
canton or a mullet pierced sable ; 2, Gules, a /esse between six billets or ,- 
3, Sable, a /esse between six martlets argent. [Harl. 1041 reverses the 
tinctures in this last quartering.i] 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a swan issuant gules, wings ejidorsed argent. 

This Creaste I tooke out of a booke of Knights in the time of H. 8 wherin 
this Creaste & the 2 ffirst quarterd Coates was sett out ffor S"' John Gyse 
Knighted at the Creation of prince Arther, and the Canton in that booke 
was charged w* a mollet Sable in a Canton Or. 

Aunseleu de Gise miles. 

Beauma vx. Aunselin 7 E. 2. 

Johannes de Burgo fil' et her' D'nis Huberto de Burgo com. Cant, confirmavit ad Aunselin 
de Gise sine dat. 

Johannes de Burgo D'n's de Holmor sine dat. Arms : Lozengy , 

Johannes de Gise sen' fil» Joh'is Gise 7 Ed. 2. Arms : Gules, sevi 
one, argent, on a canton or a mullet pierced sable. 

Beauma vx. Auncelein de Gise 7 Ed. 2. 

Johannes Gise confirmavit Roberto Badocke [Badcock — Harl. 1041] 7 
i Gise D'n's de Elmore relevit Wilielm's Heberer 20 Ed. II. 



, . . and vaire. 

1 mascles, three, three, and 



Keinold Gyse lord of Elmore 8° H. 5°.= 



John Gyse of Asple Gise.=p. . . . d. and heire to Jo. "Wysam K*. 



Thomas 
Gysse 
2 sonn. 



S'' John Gyse of Asple Gyse^p-^gnes d. to . . . . 



Knight. This S'' John was 
made Kn' at the Creation of 
Prince Arther. 



Barkley of Stoke. 



James Gyse 3 son 
dyed at Edington. 



2. George 



John Gyse=pTary [Tacy^] d. to the lord Gray Will'm 3. Thomas. 
of Ehnore. of Euthen [de Wilton^]. 



I I 



Auuselno Silvester wife to John 



Butler of Badirgton 
[Badminton^] Knight. Elmor 
— in com, 

Margaret wife to Gloc. 

Anthony Bellett 
[Billett— Harl. 1041]. 



AViU'm=f=Maryd. of Richard Sybell. John 
Ratsey of King's — 3 sonn. 

Norton [Col- [Ceciha.^] 

more^] in com. 
Worster. 



Ehza- John GyBe=rJaiie d. of Richard Pawnsfoote of 
beth. of Elmor. HersfeUd [Hasfeld— Harl. 1041] 

[Hasfeild^] in com. Gloc. 



Bridgett. 



In the official record in the Heralds' College the tinctures are i 
According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



i in Harl. MS. 1543, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



73 



Thomas= Aunc 
de Lon- sanz 
don. yssu. 



Eliz. m. Humfrey Wal-^ 
dron deWood [Walrond 
de Devon— Harl. 1191] 

tde Wood in comitatu 
)evon uxor secunda']. 



:"Will'm Gy8e= 
son and 
heire [eques 
auratus^]. 



MM 

Joh'es 2 filius. 
George 3 filius. 
Antho. 4. 
Edward 5. 



=Margaret da. of 
Xpofer Kene de 
comitatu Somer- 
sett [Kenn de 
Kenn in co. Salop 
—Harl. 1191]. 



M M 

1. Eliza- [Florencia — 
betha. Harl. 1191.] 



2. Mar- 
gareta. 



'WiirmGyse[filius=pCecilia fil. Jo. 



[ Jana s.p. — 
Harl. 1191.] 



hajres — Harl 
1191] [de Brock- 
worth in com. 
civitat.Gloucest.'] 
[Knt* at Ricott, in 
the fields, 27 Aug. 
16192]. 



Dennis of 
Puckelchurch 
[incom.Glocest. 
—Harl. 1191]. 



Xpofer 5 yere old 1623. John 2. Will'm 3. 



Henry 4. Elizabetha. 



I I 

John "Will'm Gyse of= [Elizabetha— Harl. 

2 sonn Lyncoln's Inne 1191] filia .... 

s.p. Arm. 3. Large. 



4. Charles Gyse=r[. . . . filiam 
of London. I . . . . Carliell 

—Harl. 1191.] 



Robert. [Margareta— Harl. 1191.] 

Note. — Portions of the latter part of this pedigree are in another hand. 
For a complete pedigree of this family see the ' Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucester- 
■e Archaeological Society,' 1878-79, p. 69. 



mmi 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 86" ; 1543, fo. 82\ 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 atid 4, Argent, on a chevron, letween three iaibols' heads 
erased saUe, an estoile or. Hall ; 2, Azure, on a chevron engrailed, between 
three lapwings or, as matig cinque/oils of the field, on a chief of the second a 
fleur-de-lis hetiveen two spear-heads of the field, Winchcombe ; 3, Argent, two 
bendlets sable, and in sinister chief a fleur-de-lis gules, Beadshaw. 

Ceest. — A talbofs head erased sable. 



WiUiam Hall of High Meddow= 
in the Forest of Deane Esq^ 



, . . d. of . . . . Butler of Badmington. 
Arms. — Gules, tivo bars ermine. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
' Cott. MSS., Claudius C, III. 



74 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEKSHIRE. 



HaUof 

High 

Meddow. 



Christopher=pJoane d. of James Thomas=f Christian d. of Hen. Bradshaw Lord 
~ " " ~ .. - ^ -T.. . Cheef Baron of the Exchequer. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and i, Argent, 
two bendlets sable and in sinister chief 
a fleur-de-lis gules, Bradshaw ; 
2, Quarterly, 1 and 4, Per lejid dexter 
azure and guUs,across-crosslet argent, 
GOURNEY — 2 a7id 3, Argent,onacross 
sable five lozenges of the field, Blaken- 
HALL ; 3, Argent, six batons inter- 
laced azure, Hurste. 



Hyett of Lydney. 
Arms. — Argent, 
a lion rampa,ntand 
a chief indented 
sable. 



Winch- 
combe 
of Choi- 
grove 
in com. 
Oxon. 



Mary ux. 2. Tho 
.... mas 

Hall. 



Harper 

of 

in com. 
Hereford. 



- Jone ux. 


l.William= 


j=Mary d. 


Benedict! 


= . . . . d. of . . . . 


Moore 


Hall of 


and 


Winch- 


Faukner. 


G'U'm 


High 


heire of 


comb. 


kmis..— Quar- 


of ... . 


Meddow. 


Thomas 


Ob. s.p. 


terly— I and 4, 


in com. 




Winch- 


The four 


Sable, three 


Mon- 




comb. 


coates. 


falcons argent; 


mouth. 




The single 




2 and 3, Argent, 


"" 




coate of 
Winch- 
comb. 




a cross moline 
sable. 







. . . . d. and 
heire ux. 
William 
Jones of 
Trecom 
in com. 
Monmouth. 



Benedict= 
Hall 

of High- 
meadow. 



=Anne d. of S' Edward 



Edward Morgan=Ceciley Mary 



Wynter. of Pencoyd. 

Arms. — Sable, afesse Arms. — Or, a 

ermine, on a canton of griffin segreant 

the second a lion ram- sable, a crescent 

pant of the first, a gules for 

crescent ermine for difference, 
difference. 



d. of Hall. 

WiUiam 

Hall. 



Anne Hall. Mary HaU. 

This petegree was thus subscribed : 

EoBEE Treswell, Somersett, 12 Feb. 1623. 



1657. 

1663. 

1718. 

Newland. 

1580. 

1592. 

1597. 
1615. 
1619. 



Edward, s. of Benedict Hall, Esq., bap. 9 Dec. 

John, B. of M' Henry Benedict Hall, Esq., born 13 March and buried 15"" day] 

of the same month. 
Edward, s. of Benedict Hall, Esq., buried 16 Aug. 
Francis Hall, gent., buried 8 April. " B.T. 



B.T. 
^P.E. 



Jan. 23 die mat. solem. fuit inter Joh'em Kynnyllyn de Monmouth et j 
Dorotheam Hall de heymedowe. / 

Feb. 21 die bap. fait Cecilia Halle, filia Will'i HaU de heymedow. [ 

Jan. 8 die bap. Henricus, filius Will'i Hall, gen., de Heymede. } P.R. 

Aprilis 6 die bap. fuit Maria, filia Will'i Hall, gen., de Heymede. I 

Sepultus Willielmus Hall de Heymeadow, 6 Feb. \ 

Sepulta fuit Joanne Halle, 24 Dec. ; 

[^Continued next page. 



THE VISITATION OP GIOTJCESTERSHIRE. 75 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 34 ; 1543, fo. 25. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and i, Per pale azure and gules, a lion rampant or, charged on 
the shoulder with an escarbuncle of the second ; 2 and 3, Argent, three lions 
passant in pale gules. 

Hamond Halton=pIsabell d. and heire to John Broamflett 
3 E. 4. I [Bramfleeti] of Branneston [Braunston^]. 



ohn 



John Halton of the=pAgnes d. of John Metreson 
Citie of Lincolne. I of Hull. 

Matilda d. to Robert Hamlyn=pRobert Halton^pElizabeth d. to Richard 
of Exmester in com. Devon. I of Bristol!. Tonnehill. 



Robert Halton. Jonas Halton Will'm Paule 
1 Bonn. 2 sonn. 3 sonn, 



1624. Aprilis 18 nata fuit Maria Hall, filia Benedict Hall, Armlger, decimo ciuarto\ 

die Aprilis Anno Domini 1624, Inter horas Quariise vel Quintse post 
meridiam. I 

1625. Mail 22 nata Cecilia, filia Benedick Hall, Armiger. ) P.E. 
1630. Bap. fuit Eobertus, filius Eoberti Hall de Busshe, 13 Sep. 

1637. Bapt. Eleanora, filia Benedicti H (? HaU), 10 Sep. I 

1650. Alicia, filia Richardi et Jane Hall, bap. Jan. 22. / 

Micheldeane. 

1696. Jamea, s. of M' James Hall and Margaret, bap. 24 Feb. ) 

1706. M" Amy Hall buried 21 Jan. ^P.B. 

1722. M' Eichard Hall, Eector, bur. 19 Jan. ) 

Awre. 

1684. John Buck and Isabell Hall mar. 11 Oct. P.B. 

Longhope. 

1775. Eustatius Whitney of S. Peter's, Hereford, and Mary Hall of this parish mar. ] p j^ 
by licence 6 Jan. j ' ' 

Whittington. 

1642. Sir Alexander Hall, Knight, bur. 7 April. 1 p t> 

„ The Lady Apoline Hall, wife of Sir Alexander Hall, bur. 4 Aug. ) * " 

Dyrham. 

1599. Mary, d. of John Hall, Eector of Dyrham, and Edith his wife, bom 28 Jan., 
bap. 3 Feb. 

1601. Eleanora, d. of John Hall, Eector, and Edith his wife, bap. 26 July. 

1603. Elizabeth, d. of John Hall, Eector, and Edith, bap. 17 April. 

1605. Joyce, d. of John Hall, Parson, and Edith, bap. 28 AprU. 

1606. Andrew, s. of John Hall, Eector, and Edith, bap. 25 Jan. 

1608. Edith, d. of John Hall, Eector, and Edith his wife, bap. 1 May, bur. 31 Aug. 

1609. Grace, d. of John HaU, Eector, and Edith, bap. 10 Aug. 

1612. Rebecca, d. of John Hall, Rector, bap Died 10 April 1613. 

1613. Edith, d. of John Hall, Rector, and Edith, bur. 5 May. 

1615. Jane, d. of John Hall, Eector, bap. 23 April. 

1616. Alice, d. of John HaU, Rector, bap. 22 Dec. / 
Flaxley. 

1632. Edward Clutterbooke and Frances HaU mar. 16 Oct. B.T. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College, in which only the first generation ia 
giren, with a reference to a former Visitation. 



76 THE VISITATION OF GLOIJCESTERSHIRB. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 102"; 1543, fo. 131. 

Arms. — Or, a lend engraikd vert plain coUised sable, a mullet for difference. 
Crest. — Out of a mural croivn sable a demi-lion rampant or, charged ivith a trefoil 

slipped vert, holding in the dexter paw a battle-axe of the second, helved of the 

first. 

Richard Hanbury of Elmeley Lovet in com. "Worster.=j= 



John Hanbury of Ehneley Lovett in com. Worster.^ 



Richard Hanbmy of= 
Elmeley Lovett. 



=Margery d. of Francis Phillip Hanbury dyed an old 
Bradley. man s.p. 



. Phillip. - 



John Hanbury of^Anne d. of Xpofer 2. PhiUip. Rose ux. [deponsata*] Richard 
Fakenham in Capell Alderman =p Budd one of the Auditors to 

com. 'Worster. of Gloster. j^ King James. 



1. John Hanbury. 2. Richard Hanbmy Christopher. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1632. SatQuel, s. of M'' John Hanhury, bur. 1 March. ) 

1669 d. of M' Caple Hanbury, „ 26 Oct. \ B.T. 

1675. Caple, s. of M' Caple Hanbury, bap. 6 March. ) 
Puoklechurch. 

1702. William Hanbury, Esi., and M" Frances Colt mar. 10 Nov. B.T, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTTCESTERSHIKE. 



77 



Arms. — None tricked. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 119 ; 1543, fo. 135" ; 1566, fib. 136, 137. 

Bee it Eemembred that Edmond Harris who gave this infformation at Tewks- 
bery did vndertake to produce ifrom ffrances d. & coheire of Thomas Harris of 
Prickley such testimony of their Armes & Gentry as might sufficiently sattisfye vs 
or else wee weare to disclayme this sayd Edmond Harris at the next assises accord- 
ing to the effect of our imployment. 



Edward Harris of Prickley in com.=pMargerett d. of John 
Worster [Harl. 1566 calls him I of Catheridg [Coderidg- 
Edward Prickley al's Harris]. Harl. 1566] in com. Worster. 



Edmond Harris [Prickley^pJoane d. of [John — Harl. 2. Thomas Han-is^ 
al's Harris— H. 1566] of 1566,fo. 136]Pecherof Hame [of Prickley"]. 
Walton in com. Gloster. [Pecker of Ham^] [Hauce 
— Harl. 1041] in com. Gloster. 



Richard Harris=pSusan d. of Richard 
of Walton [in Butler of Strens- 
com. Glouc.i]. ham in com. 
Worster. 



[Joane yx. Thorn. 
BuUson of Beawd- 
ley in com. 
Worcester — Harl. 
1566.] 



[Anne — ffrances 

Harl. d. and 

1566 coheire. 
fo. 136.] 



I I 



I I I 



L Edmond=f=Ellenor d. of 2 [3']. Thomas. 
Thorn. Brom- — 

wich of Els- 3[2i]. Richard, 
feld in com. 
Worster. 



Edmond 
Hajt'ris. 



I I 
Ellenor. 



Joane. 



Hen. 
Wayte. 

Susanna. 

Johanna. 

Dorothea.!] 



ffrances vx. Hen. 
Trotman [Harl. 
1566 says she m* 
Hen. Wakeman] 
[Hen. Wake- 
man^]. 



Richard Harris of Haydon in com.Gloster [Harl.=r[. ... da. of Will'm Smyth of 

' of 1 Lee in cc 



1566 calls him Rich"* Prickley of Prickley and 
Haydon], 



com. Worster — Harl. 



1566.] 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



78 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



1. Richard HaiTiSq 


F d. of 


[Prickley— Harl. 


[Reignald— 


1566] of Haydon. 


Harl. 1566] 




Nicholas of 




Prestbury [in 




com. Gloster — 




Harl. 1566]. 



2. John Harris= 
[Prickley al's 
Harris — Harl. 
1566] of 
Haydon. 



[Thomas. Nicholas. John. Elizebeth. 



Harl. 1566.] 



^Elizebeth d. of Richard 
WUcockes [Harl. 1566 
says d. of Rowland Wil- 
cockes of Broseley in com. 
Sallop]. 



Fohn 



[Edward HumflPi-ey Jc 
Harris. Harris. Harris. 

V ^ 

Harl. 1566.] 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 92'' ; 1543, fo. 108. 

Arms. — Argent, three towers triple-towered sable. 

... .1 Haviland of the Isle of Gernesey.=p 
I 

Christopher Haviland of Poole in com.=pAnn [Amy^] d. of John Man 
Dorsett. I of Poole. 



1. Matliew Haviland=j=Mary d. of Robert Kitchen^ 
Maior of Bristow. [Chithen— 1041] of Bristow 



3. NathanieU. 



J I 

Anne 2. WiUiam. 

Haviland. 

Mary 
Haviland. 



4. Mathew. Robert Haviland^pElizabeth d. of 



of Tewksbury 
[Hawksbury in 
com. Glouc.-] 
1623. 



John Gyse of 
Elmore in com. 
Gloster esq. 



3. John 
Havi- 



Mathew Haviland 15 yere old 1623. 



Mary. Florence. Jane. Elizabeth. 



* Deerhurst. 

1639. Edmund Harris, gent., bur 

1667. Ann, d. of Kdmund Harris, gent., „ 8 Nov. 

1683. Edmund, s. of Edmund Harris, jun', bapt. 23, ,. 27 Aug. 
1693. Thomas Harris, gent., „ 12 Jan. 

1698. Edmund, s. of Edmund Harris, gent., „ 3 Sept. 

1 Jacobus, in pencil, in official record. 

2 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



79 



>alufeesloort]&* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 85 ; 1543, fo. 65. 



ksMS,.—Qxiarferhj—l and i, Salle, three falcons close argent, leaks and Mis or, 
Hawkesworth ; 2 and 3, Argent, a larulet and three mttllets pierced in 
chief, and three chevronels braced in lase sable, Danby ; over all an annulet 
for difference. 

■William Hawkesworth of Hawkesworth=pRosamoiid d. of Thomas 
in com. York. Vide York. I Lyster of Westby. 



II II 

Walter. Eobert. 



I I 
Eichard. 



Peter Hawkesworth=pDorothey d. of Rosamond 



William. Thomas. John s.p. 



of Thornborough in 
com. Gloster 1623. 



H. Harris of and others 
Thorn- asinYork- 

borouffh. shii-e. 



1. Jolin.= 



2. Robert.^ 



3. William died unmamed. 



Peter Hawkesworth 
of Milsham in co. 
Wilts. =T= 



I 
Margaret wife 
of Will'm 
Burn ell of . . . 
com. Gloucest. 



Robert a Martha wife Anne wife 

Merch't in of Will. of Robert 

Bristol. Lewis of Elmer of 

=f= Bristoll. Bristoll. 



4. Richard Ha'wkesworth=j=Christian d. of Rich'^ 
of Thornbury in com. Haynes of Thornbury. 

Gloucestr. 



Jone died 
unmarried. 



Elizabeth died 
unmar''. 



Richard Hawkesworth of 
com. Gloucest. eldest son, 



in=rSarah da' of Walter Clement of AlTeston in 
com. Gloucestr. 



Richard. 



Walti 



Mary. 



Anne. 



Living 1692-3. 



Note. — The latter part of this pedigree is in another hand. 



80 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



^itU. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 43 ; 1543, fo. 74. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Oules, a /esse wavy between three fleurs-de-lis or, 
Hicks ; 2 and 3, 6hiles, a chevron ermine letween three rests (or clarions) or, 
Arthur. 

Crest. — A huck's head or, gorged with a cha;plet of roses gules, leaves vert. 

Motto. — Nondum metam. 



John Hicks of Tetworth in com. Glocester ob. 2 H. 7.= 



John Hicks of Tetworth ob. 38 H. 



Thomas Hicks- 
of Bristow. 



=EUzebeth d. of 
Leonard Yate 
ofWhittney. 



John Hicks of Tetworth^^Vrsula d. of Leonard 
and Bristow was 4 yeare I Yate renupt. Thorn, 
old at his ffather's death. Lee. 



Eobert Hicks=j=Julian d. 

of Bristow! 

[de Civitate 

Londo. 

Armiger^]. 



of Thomas Hicks- 
William Arther of Tortworth 
of com. Gloster ob. 42 Q. 
[vel de Clapham Elizabeth. 
CO. Somerset-] .2 



Thomas Arther.^ 



Edward= 
Arther. 



Wili'm Hicks in ward to the 
King 10 yere old 1603. 



:Maryd. of Erasmus 
Pym [Pynne — 
Harl. 1041] of 
Brymore in com. 
Som. 



1. S' Babtist* Hicks of Campden in=f=Elizebeth d. of Eichard May of London 



com. Grloster Kn* and Baronett Vis- 
count Campden [filius secundus-]. 



sister of S'' Humflfrey [May milit. Cane. 
Ducat. Lancastr']. 



Arther 



Baptist 



Elizebeth d. and coheire vx. Edward Mary ux. Charles Mor- 
lord Noell baron of Eidlington Kn' risen [of] Cashobery 
s.p. and Baronett and Viscount Campden. in com. Hertford Knt. 
[Juhana prima filia et cohseres nupta and Baronett. 2 to S' 
Edwardo Baron Noel.^] Edward Alfford 2 sonn 

of Edward of Com. 



' The pedigree in the official record begins here. 

2 According to official record in the Heralds' College, 

^ In another hand. 

^ Above this branch the same arms and crest impaling, A fesse between eight billets. 



THE VISITATION 01" GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



81 



2. S^ Michell=pElizebeth d. of Colston 


Hicks of 


[Colson de London^] and 


Beuerstone 


widdow of Henery Parues 


Castell Kn* 


[Peruisi] of London. 


[filius primo- 


[Knighted in the King's 


genitusi]. 


bedchamber at "Ware 31 July 




1604.2 Created Bart. 21 July 




1619.] 



. . . . d. 


=3. Clement 


=Anne d. and 


of ... . 


Hicks of 


heire of ... . 


Ball 


Chester. 


Hughes of 


1 wife. 




the Holte 
Eecever 
Generall 
of North 
Wales. 



S"- "Will'm Hicks of Beverston Castell 
Kn' and Baronett. 



Elizebeth vx. S'' "Will'm Ermin c 
com. Lincon Kn' and Baronett. 



J^tflSS. 



Harl. MSS, 1041, fo. 75" ; 1543, fo. 76. 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron letween three lucks couchant gules. 
Crest. — A buck's head gules, attired or, pierced through the neck with an arrow, shaft 
of the second, headed [or^], feathered argent, e7nirued proper. 

"William Higgs of Collesborne=pJudith d. of Anthony Colthrop of London, 
in com. Gloster. I Buried at Bromley in com. Kent. 



Mary m. George 
Conquest of 
London [mer- 
cator^j. 



Susan m. John Dunstar 
of London [sed prima 
fuit ux. Arch. Hyder de 
London mercator^]. 



Judith m. John Eiggs of Stepney 
in com. Midlesex [Juditha uxor 
Jo. Bridges de Stebenheath in 
com. Midd.i]. 



1. Thomas Higgs=f=Elizabeth d. of Thomas Bludder of Flanchford 
of Collesborne in the parish of Eygate Esq"", sister to S"' Thomas. 

1623. 



Thomas Higgs 6 yere old 1623. 1. Mary. 2. Ju( 



dith. 



3. Ann. 4. Ehzabeth. 



2 Cott. MSS., Claudius III. 



y- 



' According to oflBoial record in the Heralds' College. 
* Nauntou. 

1728. M' John Hicks biir. 1 Oct. 

1730. Nixon Hicks of Coin Allyns and Elizabeth Hicks of this J-B.T. 

parish mar. by lie. 16 Feb. 

Cam. 

1621. John Hicks and Christian Woodward mar. 7 Feb. B.T. 

Frampton-on-Severn. 

1664. William Fowler and Elizabeth Hix mar. 7 March. B.T. 

Prestbury. 

1626. John Hampton and Elizabeth Hicks mar. 1 Dec. B.T. 

Nicholas Hicks of Charfield paid a composition of £10 for not taking knighthood at the 
Qoronatiou of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 



82 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

^ill alias ^nlV 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 92 ; 1543, fo. 107\ 

Arms. — [Azure,^^ on a chevron between three owls [argent"] as many mullets [saJfe^] 
within a lordure engrailed i 



Morris Hill alias Hull of 01ueston=pElizabetli d. of . . . . Betson 
in com. Glouc. I of Barkley in com. Glouc. 

Thomas Hill al's Hull=r- ... d. of ... . widdow 2. Edward. 3. Allan, 
of Olueston. I of ... . Dennis [Dauis-]. 



Edward Hill al's Hull of 01veston.=pMary d. of Thomas Segar of Olueston. 

Thomas Hill al's Hull=pJulian d. of Richard Joanes [Jones^] 
of Olueston 1623. of Oldbury in com. Glouc. 



Edward Hill al's Hull 7 yere Mary. Ehzabeth. 
old and more 1623. 



fj^mstitt. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 102 ; 1543, fo. 130''. 

Arms. — Azure, a chevron between three suns or [a crescent for difference^']. 

Thomas Hinson of Fordham=f= 
in com. Cambridg. 



.... Hinson Thomas Hinson of Tavestocke=pAnne d. of S'' William 
of Fordham. in com. Devon Justice of the Spring of Pakenham 
=p Peace. in com. Suffolk En'. 

A| B 

1 For extended pedigree of this famOy see ' Transactions of Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archasological Society,' vol. vii., p. 264. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Staunton. 

1733. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Hill, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, bur. 11 Sept. \ -p -o 

1764. Thomas Hill, Rector of this parish, „ 9 July. ) ' • 

Lydney. 

1737. M" Anne Hill of Newnham bur. 6 Aug. P.E. 

Naunton. 

1714. John Coates and Merril Hill, both of Chedworth, (Uc.) mar. 14 Oct. B.T. 

Stone. 

1617. Edward Hill, gent., bur. 28 March. B.T. 

Uley. 

1722. Hester, y= wife of M' PhiUip Hill of Worster (?), bur. 2 AprU. P.R. 

John Hill of Newnham, gent., paid a composition of £10 for not taking knighthood at the 
coronation of King Charles I. (Pe)l Office Records.) 



iSB VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Thomas 
Hinson. 



Margerett ux. John Ellenor ux. Eobert Vilnemie [Willielmus 
Brograve of Becken- [Vilueinei] Doctor of ob. s.p.' ] 

ham in com. Kent. Divinity. 



Thomas Hinson=Mary d. of William 
of Hints Court Lawrence of 
in com. Gloster Sherington. 
Citty. 



Eebecka ux. Thomas 

Lloyd of in com. 

Gloster. 



Elizabeth ux. John 

Eosecarock of 

in com. Cornwall. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 120 ; 1543, fo. 171. 

Aems. — None tricked. 

Holford of Holford=r 

in com. Cester. 



Walter Holford of Holford 
[in CO. Cestr. filius 1^]. 



2. Alden Holford^ 
of Churchdowne 
in com. Gloster. 



^Anne d. and heire 
of ... . George of 
Churchdowne. 



Eichard Holford=pMary d. of Walter Winch- 
of Chui'chdowne. I combe al's Whiteing of 
Payneswick. 



Catherine ux. William 
Blounte of Hucklecote 
in Churchdowne. 



Catherine Jane ux. 
ux. Thomas John 
Hodges. Dancer. 



1. Henry Holford=EUenor d. of 
of the Citty of GeflPrey 
Gloster 1623. Bath of 

Cirencester. 



2. Eichard 
Holford. 

3. Thomas 
Holford. 



Hester. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College 



84 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 



1543, fo. 20*. 



Arms.- 
Crest.- 



■SabJe \_Oules^'], a /esse between six fleurs-de-lis argent. 

-A demi-eagle displayed gules, charged on the breast with a ducal coronet or. 



Guye Hook.=T= 



Eichard Hook.=rAlice d. of Will'm Wyrrall. 



I I 

WiU'D 



Eichard. 



Alice d.=j=Christopher Hooke=Eleanor d. to John Thomas. 
ofEoger ofAlway[Croks— Wesford [Welford — 
Alway. Harl. 1041]. —Harl. 1041]. Guy. 



John. 



=Isab. d. of WiU'm Eichard Guy Hooke. Eleanor. Elizabeth. 
T. Hill. 3 son. 4 sonn. 



Edward=pMars-erett 


Ehnor ux. 


Hooke 


d. of John 


WiU'm 


1623. 


Baugh 


HUlof 




Alderman 


K"ewent. 




of Gloster. 





2. Chris-=FMargerett 



topher 
Hooke. 



[Thomas [Margareta.i] [Johan'a.^] 
set. 3 ann. — 

1623.1] [Isabella.i] 



d. of . 
Dobbs of 
Longford. 



3. Guy 
Hooke. 



Hooke. 



PancefFoot 
of Newent. 



Margerett. Issabell. 



Joane. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 



1543, fo. 123" 



Arms. — Argent, on a f esse azure, betiveen in chief two wolves passant and in base a 

crossbow gules, three martlets or. 
Crest. — A cubit arm erect, vested gules, cuff argent, holding in the hand proper an 

arrow [azure, feathered or'^']. 



Thomas Horton of Ivaid [Ivard^] in com. Wilts.= 



Anne d. and coheire=pJeremias Horton of=rElizabeth widdow of ... . 
of ... . Mayof Elstou Browton Giflford in Baker [Med. Doct. ux. 2i]. 
in com. "Wilts [ux. 1^]. com. Wilts. | 

I I 

Mary. [4. Jeremias.i] 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
' The pedigree in the official record begins here. 

* Edward Hooke of Pantley paid a composition of £17 10s. for not taking knighthood at the 
coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Becords.) 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



85 



I 
S' John Horton of=j=Jane d. of . 



Commidg [Comidg^ 
in Elson in com. 
Gloster Knt. 1623. 



Hannam Ser- 
geant at Law. 



2. "William. 3. Robert=Elizabetli d. of 
Horton. Francis Weldon 
of .... in com. 
Berks. 



1. Thomas Horton 2. Edward. 
10 yere old 1623. 



3. John. 4. Robert. Penelopey. Anne. 



[See a pedegree under the hand of S"" Richard S' George in the booke 
D. xiiij w'" a difference as in the margent (on a shield a stag's head cabossed).i] 



J^usforti. 



Harl. MS. 1543, 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Vert, on a chevron, between three bucks'' hec 

or, as many mullets gules, Hugford ; 2, Argent, a •pile sable, Dickleston ; 
3, Gules, a /esse bettveen six pears or, Besford.^ A single coat of Hugford 
is also given, omitting the muUets. 

Crest. — A buck's head or, gorged with a chaplet of laurel vert. 



John Hugfford^ 
of com. "War- 
wick. 



"Will'm Dickleston^ 
of Dickleston in 
com. Gloster. 



Allexander Besford= 

al's Peresford lord 

of Besford 13 H. 4. 

c 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

Elkstone. 

1631. Jane, d. of S'' John Horton, Knt., and Jane his wife, 

1632. Anne, d. of William Horton, gent., and .... his wife, 
1643. John, s. of Thomas Horton, Esq., and Elizabeth his wife, 

born 22, 
1649. Elizabeth, one of the daughters of Thomas Horton, Esq., 

and Elizabeth his wife, born i and 
1662. Thomas, s. of Thomas Horton, Esq., and Elizabeth his wife, 
1687. M' Thomas Horton buried in a part of the alley just at 

the entrance of the minister's reading pew 9 Aug. 

1692. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Horton, Esq., in body of 

church, 

1693. Thomas Horton, Esq., 

1706. John Horton, s. of Thomas Horton, Esq., 
1708. The infant daughter of Thomas Horton, Esq., in body of 
church, 

Thomas Horton, Esq., of Combend, 

Jane, the wife of Thomas Horton, Esq., 

Thomas Horton, Esq., 



1727. 
1735. 

1755. 
Quedgley. 

1670. WUliam Horton, minister. 



22 Jan. 
9 April. 



bur. 15 June. 
„ 1 May. 
„ 8 April. 

„ 25 Feb. 

„ 29 Oct. 

„ 19 Nov. / 

„ 20 Dec. / 

bur. 9 May. P.] 



' The arms are the same in the official record, except that in the second quarter is this coat ; 
Per pale argent and vert, on a bend three escallops [? all counterchanged]. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Robert HugfFord=pJoyce d. and 
of Edmondscott heire of 
in com. War- ; Thomas 
wick. i Comberley. 



John Dickleston= 
of Dickleston ob. 
1 H. 6. 



•Margeret 
d. and 
coheire. 



.... 2d. and co- 
heire vx. S' WiU'm 
Clopton Kn'. 
V'ide Worcester. 

4^ 



Thomas Hngfford of Edmonds- 
cott [ab hinc Jo. Huggeford 
de Henwood in com. Warr. 
qui nunc est genus ducit^]. 



John HugfFord- 
of Dicklestoa 
[alias Distoni] 
in com. Gloc. 



=Elizebeth [Matilda^] d. and co- 
heire of S' [Williami] Dick- 
leston of Dikelston in com. Gloc. 
Knight. 



John Hugford of Dickleston.=j=. ... d. of Norman Washborne [of Winchinf ord in 
j com. Wigor.i], 

Thorn. Hugford of=f=Issabell d. of S"^ Thom. [Anthony^] Hungerford Knight of 
Dickleston. | Downe Ampney in com. Gloster. 



1. John Hugfford 
of Dickleston " 
a fformer wife. 




Margerett d. and sole 
heire vx. Thomas 
Hanfford of Wolshull 
in com. Worster vide 
idem. ^ 



PershaU of .... in fford of 



com. Stafford. 



Dickleston. 



Jane vx. WUliam John Hug-=rDorathey d. of Abraham Dorathey vx. Walter 
Will'm Rogers s.p. Compton of Hart- 

of Dowdes- bury, 

well in com. — 

Gloster. Margerett vx. John 

Hugflford of Hen- 
wood in com, War- 
wick. 



Mary vx Al- 
ley of Barkham- 
sted in com. Hert- 
fford. 



2. John= 
Hug- 
fford. 



=Anne d. of 
Henery 
Machin of 
the Citty 
ofr- 



1. Will'm^ 

Hugfford 

1623. 



Mary vx. 
John 



^Mary d. of 
John Meulx 
[Meuxi] of Yong. 
Kingston in 
the Isle of 
Wight. 



Bridgett vx. John 
Whittington of Hamp- 
ton in com. "" 



Elizebeth vx. John 
James. 



WiU'm Hugfford. John Hugfford 2. William. 4. Thomas. Dorathey. 

16 yere old — — 

1623. 3. Edward. 5. Robert. 

> According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



87 



luncjerfortr* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 63 ; 1543, fo. 182''. 

Arms. — None tricked. 

S' "Walter Hungerfford Kn*.=pMaud d. and heire of John Hetsbury 

[S^ John Hetesburye Knt— Plarl. 1041]. 



"Walter Hungerfford lord of Hetisbury.=p[. . . . d. and h. de Heytesbuvy.^] 

S^- "Walter Himgerfford of Hetsbury.=p. ... d. of Adam ffitz John. 
^1 

S' Thomas HungerflFord=f=Jane d. and heire of S'' Edmond 
of Hetsbury. [Edrfi] Hussey. 



Grace vx. S'' John S"" "Walter lord Hungerfford Kn'=pCatherin d. and coheire of 
Stourton Kn'. y^ Order of the Garter and Lord S"^ Thorn. Peverell En'. 

Threaserer of England. 



3. S^ Edward=^ 


pMargery d. Sir "Will'm Thomas Mare:erett 


Elizebeth vx. 


:Edm.i] 


and coheire Hunger- 


ob. s.p. vx. S'' 


Sf "Wilham 


Hungerfford 


ofS' 


fford Kn' 


"Walter 


Courtney 


of Downe 


Edward 


oh. s.p. 


Rodney 


Kn'[ofPow- 


Ampney m 


Burnel] 




Knt. 


derham— 


com. Glou''. 


Knt. 








Harl. 1041]. 




Bridgett 


Datherin 


[Anne vxor 


Margarett ux. 


[Phillipp 


I [ Janne vxor 


vx A 


7x. John 


Henry 


John fferrers 


vxor 


John Vyall 


Dela- ( 


Uricklanc 


Barber— 


[Sorras'] of 


S'- Thomas or ViaU— 


more. 


Strick- 


Harl. 1041.] 


Blunsdon — 


Seamore 


Harl.1041.] 


1 


and.i] 




Harl 1041. 


Rt-Har 












104].] 






Edward=rAnr 


ed. 


"Walter=pMargerett » Thomas=rChristian 


1 1 1 
[Edmound. 




Hun- 


of J 


ohn 


Hun- 


d. of 


Hunger- 


d. of 


— 


ger- 


lord 




ger- 


John 


fford of 


John 


AUeyne. 


fford. 


tfer 


ers 


fford. 


S' Leger. Donne 


Hall of 







of C 


iroby. 






Ampney 
Knight. 


Salles- 
bery. 


John — 
Hai-1.1041.] 


Eobert Hun-= 


j=Mary d 


and heire of . . 


. . Yorke Rich 


ard 


Margerett. 




gerfford. 


of.... 


in com. "Wilts. 


Hun 


gerfford. 








A 












B 


C 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTEESHIRB. 



Kobert Hungerfford 
in com. Wilts. 



' Cadiiam=f=Margery d. of S' Hen. Long of 
Draycott in com. Wilts. 



1. Walter Hunger- 
fford of Cadnam 
1565. 



ffi-ances d. of Richard 
Cock of Broxborne in 
com. Hertflford. 



I I 
2. Thomas. 



John 



I 
Henery. 



Mary. 
Dorathey. 



John Hun- George, 
gerfford. 



I I 
Charles s.p. 

Henery. 



Anne ux. William Judeth. 
Gostlett of Marffeld 
in com. Gloster. 



2. Anthony. = Barbara d. 1. S' 



Johu 



of John 
Wrio- 
thesley 
Garter 
King of 



Hunger- 
fford of 
Downe 
Ampney 
Kn'. 



•Margerett d. Anne vx. Walter Langley. 
of Edward — 

Blonnt of Elizebeth ux Higf ord. 

Mangersffeld — 

in com. . . . . vx. Morris Blount of 

Gloster. .... in com. Gloster. 



ffrances ux. S'' Edward Long 
of .... in com Kn*. 



Elizebeth ux. 
Rogrer Winter. 



Christian ux Saboott 

[Sapcotte— Harl. 1041]. 



Dorathey=i=S"' Anthony=pJane d. 2. Edward^ 



d. of S' 

John 

Danvers 

of 

Dauntes- 

hey 

2 wiffe. 



Hunger- 
fford of 
Down 
Amney. 



ofS' 
Edward 
Darell 
of 



fford. 



^EHzebeth d. of [3. John.i] 

S-- Edward Darell 
of Litlecott. 



in com. George Hun- 



gerfford. 



=Catherin d. of John Hun- 
.... ffabyan. gerfford. 



Edward Hungerfford. Anthony Hungerfford. 



Henery =. ... d. of Jane ux. Will'm fforster of Alder- Anne ux. John 

Hunger- Will'm Webb mai-ston in com. Berks 2 to Edward Blagrave of 
fford. ofSalisbery. Hungerfford. Reding. 



Elizebeth ux. Margerett= 

John flfettiplace d. of John 

of Lifford. ffetti- 

— place of 

Jane ux Lyfford. 

Servington. 

D 



i=fS'' John Hun-: 
gerfford of 
Downe 
Ampney 1574. 



=Ellenor d. 
of Walter 
lord Hun- 
gerfford 
1 wiffe 
ob. s.p. 



I I 
Edward 
Hunger- 
fford. 

Edmond 
Hunger- 
fford. 



I I 



John. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



89 



D| 



Anne 1 ux. Henery Dorathey vx. Anthony Elizebeth vx. Hen. ffitz- 

Bridges 2 to S"' Ingram of in com. williams of Kempston in 

Will'm Harman. Warwick. com. Bedfford. 



Anthony Hunger-=pBridgett d. of John 
fford of Downs I Shelley of MicheU grove 
Ampney Esq^ in com. ~ 



I I 



Henery = Elizebeth 


John. 


Hunger- d. of . . . . 


— 


fford. Brooke. 


Richard 



S' John Hunger— 


pMaryd.ofS'-Rich 


■ S'' Anthony Hun-^pSusan d. of Henery 


fford of Downe 


ard Barkley of 


gerfford of 


Hungerfford of 


Ampney Kn'. 


Stoake in com. 


Blackbourton in 


ffarley Castell in 




[Glouc] Knt. 


com. Oxon. 


com. Wilts. 


Elizebeth=S'- Anthony=Jane d, of 


Elizabeth 2. John 


Barbara ux. Thorn. 


d. of Hunger- .... 


vx. John Hun- 


Sackvileal's Toots. 


Si^ Thorn, fford of Erneley 


Eichards ger- 




Lucey of Downe of ... . 
Charle- Ampney in com. 


of the fford. 


. . . . nx Lis- 


He of 


ley of the He of 


cott in Kn'. Wilts 


Wight. 


Wight. 


com. 2 wiffe. 







Warwick 




Mary. 


1 wiffe. 







1. S' Edward Hunger-=Margerett d. of 
fford Kn' of the Bath Will'm Hallyday 
hath no yssue 1634. of London 
Alderman. 



I 
2. Anthony Hun-=pEachell d. of 



gerfford of Black- 
bourton. 



Rice 

Esq"-. 



1. Edward Hungerford. 2. Anthony. Margerett. 



S"" Robert Hungerfford Kn' ob. before his ffather=rMargerett sister and coheii-e of 
hee was Knight of the Sepulchre. I William lord Botreaux. 



Catharin ux. Richard Robert lord Hungerfford=f=Ellinor d. and coheire [heire — 
West lord Delaware. Earle Hungerfford [de I Harl. 1041] of Will'm lord 

Molinsi]. Mollyns. 



1. S' Thom Hun-: 
gerfford Kn' 
ob. beffore his 
ffather. 



^Anne d. of 
Hen. Percy 
Erie of 
Northum- 
bland [sic]. 



2. Sir Walter Hun-= 
gerfford one of the 
privye counsell to 
H. 7 [H. 8— Harl. 
1041]. 



=Jane d. of . . . . 
and widdow of 
Thom. Bolstrod 
of London. 



ffriswold 
a nun. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



90 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



JLl 



^\ 



Mary d. and heire 1 us. 
Edward lord Hastings 
sonn of S"- Will'm 2 to 
S'' Eichard Sacheverell 



S' Edward Hi-iT]gerfford=pJane d. Issabell [Eliza- 

b. at Tourney of John bety] us. John 

fhted at Turney — lord Bourchier Erie 

Zonch. of Bath. 



Kn' ob. at Tourney 
[Knighted at Turney- 
Harl. 10411. 



Susan d. of John=rWalter created lord Hungerford of Hetys-=p[Atilia filia "Will': 

Danvers of I beryincom 28 H. 8. m. to his 3 wiffe | De Sands.^] 

of Daunteshey Issabell d. of John lord 
1 wiffe. 



S"^ John Hun-=Ellenor d. Anne d. of S' Wn>=j=S'- Walter Hun-=Anne d. of 



gerfford of 
Downs 
Ampney Kn' 
1574. 



of Walter 
lord Hun- 
gerfford 
1 wiffe 
ob. s.p. 



Dormer of Hethorpe 
in com. Bucking- 
ham Kn' of the 
bath to Q. Mary 
1 wiffe. 



gerfford of 
ffarley Castell 
in com. Wilts 
Knt ob. 1596. 



Bassett 
2 wiffe. 



S"' Edward Hungerfford of 
.... in com Kn*. 



I I I 

Lucey vx. S^ John S' John Susan. Jane, 
of Lydiard Tregos. 



Edward [Edmundi]=Joane d. of S'' Anthony Hunger- Mary 1 ux Shaw of 

Hungerfford one of fford of Downe Ampney widdow .... in com. Essex 2 to 

the Pentioners to of Will'm fforster of Aldermaston James Baker of Showbery 

Q. Elizebeth. in com. Berks. in the same county. 

In another hand, at bottom of page. 
Ed. Hungerfford= Dorothy daf of John Latton of Kingston 
of Windrich Berks Esq. by Dorothy Wellesborn coh'' 

com. Glocesf. of . . . . Oliyer, Berks. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* HuKOEBFORD (Glostershire). — Hungerford distinguished — v. the name, Brewer's ' Letters, 
etc., Hen. VIII.,' Index. One Glostershire Hungerford being present at the Princess Mary's 
marriage. 

Windrush. 

1593. John Hungerford, gen., son of Edward Hungerford, gen., bap. 28 June. 

1594. Anna Hungerford, d. of Edw"! Hungerford, gen., ,, 18 July. 

1595. Katherine Hungerford, d. of Edw'^ Hungerford, gen., „ 15 March 
1597. George Hungerford, gener., bur. 16 June 1597 ; age not given. 

1597. Maria, d. of EdW Hungerford, gen., bap. 24 July. 

1598. Marcie, d. of Edw^ Hungerford. gen., 

1599. Edward, s. of EdW^ Hungerford, gen., 
1601. George, s. of Edw'^ Hungerford, gen., 
1603. John Hungerford. gen., 
1607. Martha, d. of Edw"* Hungerford, gen., 
1607. Martha, d. of Edw^ Hungerford, gen., 

1610. LiEtitia, d. of EdW^ Hungerford, gen., 

1611. Edward Hungerford, gen., 

1628. Katherine, d. of Edward Hungerford, gen., 

1629. Edward, s. of Edward Hungerford, gen., 

IContin'ued next page. 





13 Not. 




20 March. 




28 Feb. 


bur. 


3 July. 


bap. 


2 April. 


bur. 


27 July. 




27 Jan. 




26 Oct. 


bap. 


22 July. 




2 June. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



91 



f^unter alias Per^. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 113"; 15-13, fo. 176. 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron azure letween three lions rampant gules as many bugle- 

hm-ns, stringed or. 
Crest. — A stag's head proper, attired or, pierced through the nech by an arrow of 

the last, featliered argent, barbed sable. 

John Hunter borne in Yorkshire came into=p 
Glostershire and was called Pery [Perryi]. 



Thomas Himter al's Pery of Wootton vnder=rJane d. of . . , 
Edg in com. GIoc. I alias Seborne. 



Plumer 



1634. 
1636. 
1636. 
1637. 
1644. 
1644. 
1705. 
1707. 
1708. 
1749. 



Edward, s. of Edward Hungerford, gen., 
Edward, s. of Edw"* Hungerford, gen., 
Walter, s. of Edw'' Hungerford, gen., 
Dixwellus, s. of Edw"" Hungerford, gen., 
Anna, d. of Edw"! Hungerford, gen., 
Walter, s. of Edw'' Hungerford, gen.. 



bur. 5 Dec. 

bap. 8 Dec. 

„ 18 Aug. 

,. 22 Feb. 

„ 2 Jan. 

bur. 16 Jan. 



Thomas, son of Edw'' Hungerford, gen., and Maria his wife, (? bap.) 22 Feb. 

Maria, wife of Edward Hungerford, gen., bur. 30 April. 

George Hungerford, gen., „ 25 Jan. 

Edw* Hungerford, gen., „ 26 June. 

Hannah, w. of Edw"* Hungerford, gen., „ 24 Nov. 

Thorn' Hungerford, gent., ,, 1 Nov. 

Edw"" Hungerford, gent., „ 30 Nov. 

The above are extracts of the only entries in which the name of Hunger- 
ford, gen., occurs in the Parish Registers of Windrush, Gloucestershire, from 
A.D. 1586 to 1800, examined by me this day. May 18th, 1883. 

W. WiGOiN", Rector of Harapnett. 



Cowley. 



Henry Brett, Esq., Lord of the Manner of Cowley, and Mary Morgan, wid., ' 
eldest d. of Edward Hungerford, Esq., of Windrush, were married the 
1st day of Jan. 



B.T. 



Will of Mary Duncb, widow, dated 22 Oct. 1677, " old and infirm." She'gives legacies to 
my niece Mary Hungerford, wife of my nephew Edward Hungerford, Edward their eldest son, 
Mary their eldest daughter, Ann Joyce and Jane their daughters ; Mary Hungerford, wife of my 
nephew Thomas Hungerford, Wiilter Hungerford their son, Mary Hungerford their daughter ; 
Elizabeth Webb ; sister Mary Webb, wife of Thomas Hungerford ; to the poor of Windrish ; my 
nephew Diswell Hungerford ; my brother Humphrey Taylor ; my cousins Anne Sharpe, Mary 
Dalton, Richard Webb; my nephew Edward Hungerford, Esq"'. Proved by him 16 March 
1679-80. Her husband, Walter Dunch, was of Newington, co. Oxon. He leaves all his lands, 
goods, etc., to his wife, Mary Dunch. No children. Proved 16 June 1646. 

This lady gave to the Church of Windrush the chalice which is now in use. It bears the 
following inscription : "Ex dono Marie Vxoris Gualtf" Dunch de Newington Agro Oxon" Ar' 
EcclesiEe Windi-igensi [Fillia Edw' Hungerford De Wind' p'ed' Ar.] in Com. Glouc. ad usum 
Sacrament. Anno Do. 1678.'' The first part of the inscription runs all round the brim, the 
portion included with brackets within an oval on the side, and the latter part on a line before 
the first line. 

Edward Hungerford, who died in 1530, in his will desires my body to be buried in the 
Chapel of Our Lady in the parish church of Wiudricke, and George his son desired to be buried 
" in the chappel in the parish church of Windrish whereas {sic) my father, my wife, and others 
my friends weare buried. I give towards the finishing of the chappel where my body shall be 
sepulchred and buried tenn shillings." He also twice distinctly names his daughter Martha, 
which the inscription as printed calls Maria. (See Glouc. ' Notes and Queries.') 

1 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE Visitation op glotjcestbrshire. 



Robert Joane d. of 'WiUiain^pThomas Hunter ars=j=[Margerie uxor 2''» filia 

ob. s.p. Philpott 1 wiffe. Pery of Wootton I Partridgi] 2 wiflfe. 

under Edg. 



Hugh Thomas Hunter [Jone.^] Robert Hunter 
s.p. al's Pery. al's Pery a 

merchant. 



I I I 

Samwel. Margery. 



[Rebecka.i] 



Hugh Pery of Lon-= 
don Alderman 
1 



€atherin d. of Richard=S'' Edward Barrett K' Lord New- 



Ff enn of London Alder- 



burgh in Scotland Chancelor of the 
Dutchy of 



Jane. Rebecka. 1. Thomas Pery 2. Richard Pery 3. Samwell 

— — 1 sonn. 2 sonn. 3 sonn. 

Catherine. Mary. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 23" ; 1543, fo. 16". 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 atid 6, Argent, on a chevron between three stags' heads erased 
salle three lugle-horns, stringed of the field ; 2, Quarterly per /esse indented 
or and gules lazure^~] ; 3, Argent, a chevron between three crescents gules ; 
A, Argent, a /esse sable, in chief three pellets ; 5, Argent, a fesse sable, in 
chief three escallops of the second. 

Crest. — A talbot purpure \_proper^'\, collared and lined or. 



Gyfferey Langley K.= 



John Langley Lord of Mylcock.= 



John Langley Lord of Sodington and Aulston [Atherston — Harl. 1041].=p 



According to official record in the Heralds' College, 
Eastington. 

1711. Kob't Perry, gent., of Kingswood, and Hannah Clutterbuck mar. 5 June. B.T. 
Newland. 

1753. M' Necholas Perry of Bristol and M" Ann Probyn of Newland mar. at 1 „ t. 
Bream Chapel 20 Sept. J • • 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



93 



John 37 H. 
ob. s.p. 



WDl'm Pole [Poole- 
Sargeant at Lawe. 



-Harl. 1041]=pMary d. and heire to 
John Langley. 



Walter Langley of Knolton.^ 
Arms. — Quarterly per f esse 
indented or and gules. 



Jsabell d. and heire to "William 
Poole 14 E. 4. 



John: 
Huntley 
of Eye 
in com. 
Gloo. 
[dela 
Eee 
prope 
civit. 
Glouc.i], 



d. to 



I 

Will'm Langley. =Joane 
Arms.— Lang- d. of 
LET, impaling, John 
Or, afesse between Lysley 
ttvo chevrons and 

sable. dyed 

without 

VBSU. 



John 

2 Sonne 



yssu. 



Edmond^ 
Langley 
3 Sonne. 



John Huntley ofT=Ahce sister and 



=Joane 
d. of 
John 
Tame. 



Mawd 

ux. John 

Wikes 

[Matilda 

nx. John 

Weeks 

—Harl. 

1543] of 

Dnrsley 

in Glos- 

tersh. 



Standish in com. 
Gloc, 2 husband. 



■e toWalter=pTho. Euerdon 1 husband. 
[Eich'ii] Langley [deSidding- Arms. — Ermine, a chevron 
ton miUtisi]. between three mascles gules. 



2. Henry Huntley 
of Boxwell. Vide 
p. 94. 



1. George Huntley=pCatherin d. to John Anthony 
of Frowster in com. Walshe of Sodbury Everdon. 
Gloc. in com. Gloc. 



Walter= 
Lang- 



to S'' John Wigs- 
Hunger- ton. 
ford. 



Eoger=pChris-=f=WUliani Isabell wife to Henry Ketelby 



Pye 2 hus- mary'' to ... . Skydmore [3'^ to 
band. .... Limerich — Harl. 1041, 

fo. 68]. 



Alice m"! Elizabeth 

John John Daredg- Wigs 

Cokesay. court. ton. 



William 2. John. Anne. 



Edward= Margery 
— Pye. d. to . . . 

Kathren. Oldam. 



2. James 


4. Auncell 


John=j 


=Jane d. to 


Ann wife to 


5. Henry Dorothey 


Huntley 


[Anselmusi] 


Hunt- 


S'-Edward 


Thomas 


Huntley — 


set. 26. 


[AunseU— 


ley 


Karne of 


Eufford of 


ast. 21. Silvester. 





Harl. 1041] 


sonn 


Glamor- 


Bucking- 




S.Walter 


Huntley 


and 


gansh. 


ham 1 




Huntley 


aat.23. 


heire. 


WiU'm 




«t. 25. 




B 




Huntley. 





According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



94 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



George Huntley of Frowster Knight.=pElenor d. to 'Will'm Winter of Lydney. 



I I 



I I 



Jana ux. John Reade de 'Will'm=Elizab. fil. et h. 2. Edward Elizabetha ux. Jo. 

Mitton in com. Wigorn. Hunt- Ed'r'i Ride de Huntley. Abrayll de Juxon 

— ley. Yate in com. — iucom.Herefordia. 

Maria ux. Egidei Fors- Gloc. George — 

ter de Dimock in com. 3 sonne. Eleanora virgo. 
Gloc. Arm. 



J^untUp. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. IIS^; 1543, fo. 44". 
Aems. — None tricked. 
John Huntley of the Rye in com. Gloc.^p 



John 



Huntley of Standish in com. Gloc.=j=Allice d. and coheire of Edmond Langley. 



1. George Huntley of Elizebeth d. of W"" Throg- 
ffrowster. Vide, ante, morton [de Tortworth in 
p. 93. com. Glouc.i] 1 wife. 



I 
■■2. Hen. Huntley=f=Anne d. of 



of Box well in 
com. Gloc. 



John 
Rufford 
2 wife. 



1. Edward Huntley Capi-=Bridgett d. and heire of John Kemys 2. Henery 
taneus et Coronellus. of .... in com. Monmouth. Huntley. 



1. George=pConstance d. and coheire 2. William fFrancis=rJone d. of 



Huntley 
of Box- 
well. 



of Edw. fferris of Bin- Huntley. Huntley, 
nington [Benington^] in 
com. Warwick w'^'' m. one 
of the Grayes of Warwick- 
shire. 



Bouser [Bowseri] 
of Totworth in 
com. Gloc. 



II II 

I.Anthony Huntley. Catherin. Elizabeth 

— vx.Anthony 

2. Thomas. Moreland. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



95 



John Hun tley=p Fran, filia . . . . d. of=f=Mathew=pfifrances d. of S"' George 
ob. in vita Jo. Conway .... Hunt- Snig Ku' one of the 
patris. militis. Alegini ley. Barons of the Exchequer. 
1 wiflfe. 


Jo. Huntley mode Capit'. 1. Mathew. 


1 

2. George Huntley. 


1 ! 

William.=pElizebeth d. of Elizebeth 
Thorn. Mor- vx. Tho. 
gan. luey. 


1 
Constance vx. Tho. Light vidua 
Nic. Baskervill postea Jo. Sidney 
militis. 

isia.i] 


[Consta 


Harl. MSS. 


1041, fo. 90 ; 1543, fo. 103. 



Arms. — Argent {or — Harl. 1041), six leopards' heads vert, three, two, and one. 
Crest. — A man's head in profile proper, in armour or, plumed gules. 

Henry Izod of Tudington=pChristian^ [Catherine — Harl. 1041] d. of 
[Todingtoni]incom.Gloc. .... Booth al's Jackson of Staiuton. 



John Izod 
ob. s.p. 



Henry Izod sonn and heire=i=Ann d. of Richard Gunn 
after the deth of his brother, of Seynbury in com. Gloc. 



Francis Izod=pMary d. of Anthony 2. Hem-y. 



of Stainton 
in com. Gloc. 
heire to his 
unckell 1623. 



Abbington of 
Dowdeswell in com. 
Gloster. 



Dorathey ux. Edward 
Randolffe [Randolph 
—Harl. 1041] of Cud- 
dington in com. Buck- 
ingham. 



Mary. 



I I 

John Izod 5 yere old 1623. Hemy. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* Dowdeswell. 

1615. Francis Izod, gent., and Marie Abiugton married by licence of the Ld. "( p g 
Bishop 17 Oct. ) 

Francis Izod of Staunton paid a composition of £10 for not tjvking knighthood at the 
coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records.) 



96 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 105t>. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 6, Ermine, on a saltire gules a crescent; 2, Or, a lion 
rampant-reguardant sable, a crescent for difference; 3, Argent, a lion rampant 
sable, debruised by a bendlet sinister gules ; i, Or, ttvo palets gules, over all a 
lion rampant sable, charged with a mullet ; 5, Paly of six or and gules. 

Griffeth Uoyd ap Ellis de Yate [Yale^] in com. Denbigh.=p 

I 
John [Johnsi] ap Ellis ap Griffith.=f= 



Hugh Joanes of Mitton [Miltoni]=pJoane d. of . . . . Well [Webb^] 
in com. Gloster. of .... in com. Suffolk. 



Joane d. of . . . .=pJohn Joanes- of the Citty of 61oster=pElizabeth d. 



Weals widdow of 
Huntley. 



Alderman and Justice of the peace I [J ... .i] Gilbert of 
in the same Citty. Clare in com. Suffolk. 



1. Henry=Jane d. of 2. Will'm 3. Gilbert 4. Anthony Elizabeth ux. Edward 
Joanes. William Joanes. Joanes. [Arthur^] Michell of .... in 
Meredeth. Joanes. com. Gloster. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

2 Will dated 21 January 1630 ; codicil dated U May 1630 ; prob. P.C.C. 28 April 1631, by 
Elizabeth Jones the relict (Reg. St. John, fo. 38). Names wife Elizabeth, s. Gilbert Jones, eldest 
s. Henry Jones, s. Arthur Jones, d. Bridget Norton and her daus. Margaret and Jane, grandchild 
Abraham Staunton, d. Elizabeth, Elizabeth d. of s. Giles Jones, grandchild Edward Michell, 
sons M' Harbert Jones, Nicholas Cartwright, Edward Michell, and John Staunton. 



1683. 
1689. 


Joan, wife of M' Thomas Jones, 
Thomas Jones, gent., and Mary Nash 


bur. 
mar. 


10 Dec. 
5 Dec. 


St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 






1689. 
1698. 


Charles Jones, Esquire, 

Elizabeth, d. of Charles Joanes, Esq., 

Thomas Jones, gent., and Mary Brown of Or (Awre) 


bur. 


24 June. 
18 Sept. 
8 Sept. 


Norton. 








1666. 
1675. 
1677. 

1680. 
1695. 


William, s. of Anthony Jones, 

Giles, s. of Anthony Jones, 

Giles, s. of Anthony Jones, 

Sarah, d. of Anthony Jones and Prudence his wife, 

Anthony Jones 

Prudence Jones, widdow. 


bap. 
bur. 

bap. 
bur. 


9 Dec. 
17 Dec. 
17 June. 

5 Nov. 

2 Oct. 
30 June. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



97 



3ci{)nscin. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 98" ; 1543, fo. 122. 



Arms. — Argent, fine fusils in f esse letween three h'otis'' heads erased t 
Ckest. — Out of a ducal coroiwt or a horse's head sable. 



William Johnson.= 



Will'm Johnson of Layton Busard=pMary d. of . . . . Harman of 
in com. Bedfford. Burfford in com. Oxon. 

Harman Johnson of=j=Frances d. of Lusque^ [Lowsque 2. Arther 3. Silvester. 

Widflford in com. — Harl. 1041] of Bampton in com. ob. s.p. 
Gloster 1623. Oxon. 



Ill I I I I 

2. "William. 4. Henery. 5. Timothey 6. Arther 7. Bartholomew. [Thomas.^] 

— Johnson. 

3. Harman. 



II II 

Anne. Margerett 



Mary. Edmond [Edward — =pEHzabeth d. of .... 
— Harl. 1041] Johnson Grizold of Cubington in 

Frances. of Widfford. com. Warwick. 



1. William Johnson 2 yere old 1623. 2. Edmond. Frances. Elizabeth. Mary. 



HernjJS, 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 82" ; 1543, fo. 61. 



Arms.2 — Quarterly — 1 and 9, Vert, on a chevron argent three pheons sable, '. 

2, Gules, a chevron argent between three organ-rests or, Aether; 3, Azure 
guttee [_argent^'\, a castle or [Gules guitee or, a tower of the second — Harl. 1041], 
Ebynward or Keniward; 4, Argent, on a fesse sable three chevronels 
paleivise, points to the dexter, or [argent^], Trenoth ; 5, Argent, a chevron 
between three escallops sable, Tregothin; G, Sable, a chevron ermine between 
three tvings \afrgen{}-'\, Nanfant; 7, Argent, on a chevron sable between three 
tor teaux five bezants, Tregatne; 8, Gules semee of acorns [or^], a lion 
rampant-reguarda7it [^argent^^, Chesundert — Harl. 1543. 

Crest. — On a mount vert an unicorn sejant azure, maned and armed or. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

- The arms are the same in the official record, except that there are two additional quarterings: 
2, Argent, on a chief gules three bezants, for Russell ; 5, Paly of six gules and or, on a canton 
argent a cross patce sable. 



98 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEBSHIRE. 

This descent is entered in the office in a boke called sever all descents and 
subscribed by Roger K[emys]. An indenture of oovenantes mad betwene John 
Kemys and Will'm Arther of Bedmynster for a mariag betwene Roger his sonn and 
the d. of the said Wm, an'o 28 H. 6. 

Garwardus Kemys de le Bengen.^pNest d. and coheire of Andrew Began. 



"William Kemys of the Began.=pElizabeth d. of Richard lord Gray of Ruthen. 
Reignald Kemys.=pllyke de Ivon Seys. 



Jenkin Kemys.=pKrisle [Risle — Harl. 1041] d. of . . . . Morgan de Breders. 
Moris Kemys.^p 



levan ap Moris Kemys.^==f=Joneda fil. Aplyon [Jenetta filia Xevan ap ll'n ap Jestin-]. 

John Kemys an'o 9 H. 6.=f=Agnes d. of "William Stradling. 

1. John Kemys of Siston in=f=Margerett [fil. et coh. Mauritii Russell 2. Thomas, 
com. Gloster. mil. et Isabella uxoris^J. 



Roger Kemys of Bedmynster.=pAllice d. and heire of "W'm Arther of Bedmynster. 
1. John Kemys of 01bery=p[Joannge fil. 2. Arthur Kemys=rJane d. and coheire 



[Oldbery— Harl. 1041] in 
com. Gloc. 



Edmundi of Bedmynster 1 of John Keniward 

Blount.2] [33 H. 8^]. [Raynwood^]. 



I I I I. 



John=p[Joanna Hugh Tho. Kemys^ 



[ob. 
31 H. 

8=]. 



filia ob. of Bedmyn- 

Phillippi s.p. ster. 
Grene de 
Bristow.-] 



=Joane d. of Marmaduk ["William s.p. 
Mauncell. — 

Aems. — Argent, afesse Anna.^] 
and in chief a chevron 
between three maunches all 
gules. 



In the official record the pedigree begins thus : - 

Johannes Kemys de Began in com. Monmouth.^Jennetta filia Ein ap Sibsilt. 

Jenkin Kemys de Eudem.=FGrislia filia Morgan! ap Uewellin ap Bledere. 
I 

Ivanus. 
According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



99 



[Hii 



[iigo Kemys Eoger Kemys of=pIssabell d. of George Hadley. Elizabeth [ux. 

fil. et hseres Bedmynster [et Arms. — Gules, on a chevron or Christopheri 
ob. s.p.i] de Wykei]. \ three crosses- crosskt sahle. Napp^]. 



Anne Kemys. 

Margerett. 

Marsey [Mercia 
ux.Joh'isHilli]. 



1. Arther=f=Catherine 



Kemys 
of Wick 
wick in 
com. 
Gloster 
1623. 



d. of 
William 
Atwood 
of Beach 
in com. 
Gloster. 



2. Walter Kemys.=[Sara filia 
Will'i Wade 
de Stoke in 
CO. Glo.>] 



I I 

Will'm Kemys=j=Ioane d. of 2. Thomas. 



of Wickwiek 
1630 [aet. 28 
ann.*]. 



Thomas 
Pryn of 
Bath. 



I I I 

3. Eoger Issabell ux. W'm Anne. 
Kemys of Player of Mangers- 
Bristow. feld in com. 
Gloster. 



I I I 

4 yere old 1623. Catherine. Anne. Mary. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 29 ; 1543, ffo. 2, 21. 

Arms. — Argent, ten escallops sable, four, three, two, and one, on a canton gules a 
mullet pierced or. 



William Kingeskott.^ 



daughf^ of ... . Byrde 



William Kingeskott.=i=Ann d. to . . . . Sitbury [Stittesbury — Harl. 1543, fo. 21 ; 
I Styttesbury— Harl. 1041]. 

Margaret Thomas William Kingescott=pElizabeth Catherin Ana 

mar. to 2 sonn. of Kingescott in d. to . . . . mary* to mary* 

Richard com. Gloster gent. Servington Thomas to ... . 

Warner. | of Wilts. Warner. Horwood. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



100 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Jone mar. to 


Deynes 


Mara^aret 


Silvester=f 


Thoaias 


or 


mary 




d. to 


Badmington. 


Denys. 


to Henry 


Mathew 






Well. 




Points 
of Ader- 
ley.i 


[2.2] Thomas. 


[4.3] Silvester 


[1.2] Mary. 




[filial]. 






— 









|L>.2 


Elizabeth. 




5. Winneffrid. 













[3.2] Eachell. 



^Christopher 
Kingescott 
sonn and 
heire mar'^ 
Silvester. 



^Elizabeth 
d. to 
Thomas 
Daunte [de 
Wolpen^] 
1 wife. 



I I 

Elizabeth 1. William 
Kingescott s.p. 
ob. unmary*. 



2. Anthony Kingescott [filius et hiBres2].=j=Catherin d. of Robert Chambers of Bath. 



William Kingescott 2. Christopher. 
12 yere old 1623. 



3. Mathew. 



I I i 

4. John. Mary. Eliza- 
beth. 



Henryof Kinges-— Catherin d. of . . . 
cott 2 sonn. I Badmington. 



Thomas 2 sonn [s/c] Alyce mar. to 
ob. s.p. John Richards. 



Elizabeth 
nx. John 
Blake of 
Sherston 
in com. 
Gloster. 



Deynes ux. Dorathey 1. Troyolus= Aiken d. 2. Henry Catherine 

WiUiam vx. W™ Kingescott of Lam- Kinges- nx. George 

Henman Long of 1623. bert cott. Kingston 

of Tiper- Ciceter Vallec. of Gawlett 

ton in com. in com. in com. 

Gloster. Gloster. , Gloster. 



i.ant. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 91. 



Arms. — Per pale azure and gnles, three sallires or, a mullet argent for difference. 
Crest. — Out of a crescent or two griffins'' heads addorsed, the dexter azure, the sinister 

gules, a mulUt for difference. 

.... d. of ... . Arnold sister of=f=Thomas Lane^Matilda d. of . . . . 

Michell [Nic'i-] Arnold of High- Recorder of widdow of Henry 

nam in com. Gloster 1 wiffe. A | Gloster. B | Marmion 2 wifiFe. 

• The second marriage of Christopher Kingescott and the issue of it, also William the son of 
the first marriage ; and the issue of Henry by Catherine Badmington, are given in the pedigree 
Harl. MS. 15-13, fo. 2. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Cowley. 

1663. John, s. of John Eing.scot and Sarah, 
1665. Elizab., d. of John Kingscot and Sarah, 
Stone. 

1722. Nicholas Kingscote and Margaret Merrett 
TJley. 

1678. Jeane, y« wife of Edward Dorney, gentl., buried 10 June. Shee was daught. 

of Anthony Kingscot, Esq. 

3 Will dated 4 October 36 H. 8 ; prob. P.C.C. 19 December 1544 by Matilda the reUct, and 

by Anthony Huse for Thomas Lane the son. To be buried in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester, 



bap. 9 May, bur. 15 July. '^ g f 
bap. 8 Dec. ) 



mar. 25 Feb. B.T. 



}- 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIEE. 



101 



Lettice. Elizabeth d. of Fraucis=j=William Lane^ of tlie= 
Bulbeck of com. Citty of Gloster- 

Somersett 1 wiffe. 2 sonn. 



=Hellin d. of Kichard Hill 
of Dimoke in com. Gloster 
2 wifife. 



Ann ux. Eichard Elizabeth ux. Margaret. 
Eeade of the James Wood 

Citty of Gloster. of Gloster 

Citty. » 



William Lane Martha Lawrence 
of the Citty of [nupta']. ob. s.p. 
Gloster 1623. 



near his father and mother. Names wife Maud, s. Thomas, s.-in-law Thomas Marmyan, brother 
John Restell, Isabell Marmyan " my litle daughter," d. Anne Lane, cousin Nicholas Arnold, 
William Lane youngest son, cousin William Read. 

' William Lane, gent, (of Gloucestershire), paid a composition of £17 10s. to avoid knight- 
hood at the coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records. Auditor of Receipt.) 

2 Will dated 15 December 1620: prob. at Gloucester 26 April 1621. To be buried in the 
Cathedral Church of Gloucester. Names wife Ellen, s. William, d. Martha, William and 
Gregory sons of James Wood, d. Margaret Ferryman. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Micheldeane. 



1621. 
1629. 
1676. 
1682. 
1693. 



1722. 
1727. 
1728. 



Edward, s. of John Lane, 

Mary, d. of John Lane, 

Thomas Wade and Elizabeth Lane 

John Lane 

Katherine Lane bap. 16 

Thomas Lane, jun., 

Mary, d. of M' William Lane and Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth, d. of M' William Lane, 

Anne, d. of M' William Lane and Elizabeth, 

William and Richard, sons of M' William Lane and Eliza- 



1729. Richard, s. of M' William Lane, 
Abenhall. 

1702. Thomas Lane of Micheldeane and Jane Trigg 
St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1616. Emmanuell, s. of William Lane, deceased, 

1624. William Singleton and Martha Lane 

1625. Robert, s. of John Lane, 

1632. William Lane and Margaret Lane 
„ Jossell, s. of William Lane, 

St. Michael's, Gloucester. 
1572. Thomas, s. of Thomas Lane, 
1574. Dorothie, d. of Thomas Lane, 
1576. Bridget, d. of M' Thomas Lane, 
1578. Elizabeth, d. of M' Thomas Lane, 
1600. Dorothie Lane and .... Fryer 
1619. Anne, d. of George Lane and Harriett, 

1633. Walter Lane and Hester Webb 

1634. Nicholas, s. of Walter Lane and Esther his wife, 
1658. HeUin. d. of Thomas Lane and Mary his wife, 

1687. John Nurse of the parish of St. Mary's and Mary Lane of 

the same 
1708. Jane Lane, widow, 



Norton. 
1677. 
1689. 



Christopher Savage and Eleanor Lane 
M' J no. Lane, found dead in Haynes Croft in Lye, 
Madam Anne Lane, y= wife of Captain Lane of Apperley, 
Old M" Lane of Norton's Court 



bap. 


13 May. 




IMay. 


mar 


18 July. 


bur. 


16 Oct. 


,, 


27 Jan. 


„ 


12 Oct. 


bap. 


12 Oct. 


„ 


19 Oct. 


„ 


7 May. 




9 March. 


bur. 


17 Feb. 


mar. 


9 June. 


bap. 


12 April. 






bap. 


25 Dec. 




5 March 


bap. 


8 July. 


bap. 


6 June. ■ 




5 May. 


„ 


7 April. 


„ 


2 Aug. 






bap. 


5 June. 


mar 


10 Feb. 


bap. 


9 Nov. 




6 Sept. 


mar 


9 April. 


bur. 


17 Feb. 


mar 


25 July. 


bur 


30 Nov. 




14 Sept. 


„ 


20 Feb. 



[A'bfeJ continued overleaf. 



102 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



^anglep. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 107 ; 1543, fo. 145^ 



Amis. — Quarterly of six — 1, Gules, a saltire or; 2, Or, a lion rampant-reguardant 
gules [salM^]; 3, Sable, a lion ramimnt argent ; 4, Per pale azure and sable, 
three fleurs-de-lis or ; 5, \_Argent,^'\ a saltire \azure^'\ ; 6, Or, two wings con- 
joined tips dotvnward gules. 

Ceest. — A dexter gauntlet lying fessways, holding a sivord erect, all proper; the blade 
enfiled with a dragon's head sable, couped and bleeding gules. 



S'' Eaffe Langley of Christ Church in com. Monmouth Knt.= 



Humffrey Langley .=pCatherin d. and coheire of Phillip Stephen Langley.- 
I Vichan of Christchurch. 



Stephen Langley Esq''.=pEUzebeth d. of Eaffe Corbett 
I of S' Nicholas. 



Helien d. and heire vx. 
Robert Clement. 



Raffe Lang 



=Margery d. of Jenkin Kemys 
of Began. 



I 

Giles Langley of=p 
Christchurch. I 

Allexander=f=. . . . one of the daughters of Thorn. Bleddin Jame8=p 
Langley. I [Bellddin— Harl. 1041]. La 



1699. William, s. of Richard Lane, gent., and Catherine his wife, 

1702. The, y= s. of Rich'' Lane, gent., and Catherine his wife, 

1705. Anne, d. of Richard Lane, gent., and Catherine his wife, 

1708. William Lane of Apperley, Esq., 

1709. Lawrence, s. of Richard Lane, gent., and Catherine his wife 
„ Thomas Lane, gent., 

1713. Anne, d. of Richard Lane, gent., 

1735. Richard Lane 
Deerhurst. 



bap. . . Dec. 1 
„ 1 April. 
„ 5 April. 

bur. 15 Oct. 

bap. 24 April. 

bur. 23 March. 
„ 24 May. 
„ 7 Sept. , 

Francis Lane and Mary Bannester mar. 29 Sept. 

1684. Walter, s. of Francis Lane, bap. 7 Nov. 

1688. M"' Thomas Perk and M" Anne Lane mar. 6 Dec. 

1690. William, s. of William Lane, Esq., and Anne his wife, bap. 2 May. 

1709. Elizabeth Lane bur. 31 Dec. 

From the Gloucester Town Council Records. 
1656. Aug. 1. Nicholas Lane, the sonne of Walter Lane, late of the said (Gloucester) city, 
gentleman, deceased, is entered this year by privilege of M' Edward Nourse, Steward, etc. 
1660. April 3. John Lane, sou of Walter Lane, as above. 
1668. Nich'i Lane, Seneschall. 
,, Sept. 4. Nicholas Lane elected member of Council. 

Michaelmas. Nicholas Lane elected one of the two Sheriffs. 

May 11. Nicholas Lane, son of Nicholas Lane de civit. Glouc, Pharmacoplas Intrat. 

Sept. 26. Nicholas Lane, junior, elected a member of the Council. 

April 28. Nicholas Lane elected Alderman in the room of Alderman Longden, 

Dec. 8. Nich'us Lane, ffil. Nich. Lane de civit. Glouc, pharmacopolse Intrat hoc 
(Burgess Book.) 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



1675. 

1694. 

1700. 

1702. 
deceased. 

1718. 
anno . . . . 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



103 



Will'm Laiigley.= 



Thomas Langley.^ 



John Langley Esq^=j=Margerett d. of Will'm Lluellin of the Xash. Gyles Langley. 
Will'm Langley Esq''.=rJoane d. of Phillip Joanes [Jones^]. 



Phillip Langley Esq^=j=Mary d. of Will'm Pepwell of Bristow. 
I 



Thobias Langley of Bristow.=pCecilley d. of . . . . Cooke. 



Phillip Langley of ]\'Ianger-=pCatherin d. of Anne vx. Thomas Mary vx. John 



[Mangotsfeild^] in com. 
Gloster esq'' high shreeue 
a» 1619. 



Will'm Chester Vam-e [Vare — Johnson 
ofAmesbury. Harl. 1041 ; [Tomlinsoni]. 

Warei]. 



Phillip Langley one 1. Elizebeth. 3. Mary. 5. Penolapey. 
yere old 1623. — 

2. Catherin. 4. Jane. 



ilaturance* 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 



Arms. — Argent, a cross ragulee gules \_a crescent for difference^]. 
Crest. — TJie tail and lower part of a fish erect and couped [per pale argent and 
proper'^], a crescent for difference. 

William Lawrance of Whittington in com. Gloster.=F 



Eobert Lawrance of Shipton=rEUenor d. of John Stratford of Farnecott 
in com. Gloster.- in com. Gloster. 



William Lawrance=pMargerett d. of John 2. Anthony Lawrance2=j=Anne d. of 



of Sherdington in 
com. Gloster.^ 



Hugford [Higfordi] 
of Henwood in com. 
Gloster. 



■ Senhampton 1623. 



George Grad- 
well of Gray's 
Inn Esq. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

' The following gentlemen paid composition as under for avoiding knighthood at the corona- 
tion of King Charles I. : 

Anthony Lawrence of Sevenhampton, gent., £10. 
Robert LaviTence of the same, gent., £10. 

William Lawrence of Shurdington, gent.. £21. 

(Pell Office Records. Auditor of Receipt.) 



104 



THE VISITATION OT GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 



A| 




B| 


1. William Lawrance of 
the Inner Temple in Lon- 
don 26 yere old 1623. 

2. Anthony. 

3. Isack. 


Margery ux. John 4. Sara 
Elbridg. Lawrance. 

Mary ux. The. 5. Hester. 
Hinson. — 

6. EUenor. 


[7. Anna.i] 

[Elizabetha ux. 
Georgii Gwinnett 
de Sherdington.*] 



Anthony Lawrance [21 ann. 1623^]. 2. Francis [filiusi]. Elizabeth. 



iLIo^tr. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 39 ; 1543, fo. 29^ 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Quarterly or and azure, four roebucks countaxMnged ; 

2 and 3, Argent, a quiver or, rejjletiished with arrows gules, feathered of the 

first, between three pheons sable. 
Ceest. — A stag's head erased or, charged on the neclc with a crescent ermines. 

Jenkin Vaughan of com. Monmouth.=pEdith d. and heire of ... . Langley. 



Evan Lloayde of com.=pGwenlian d. and heire of [Adam^] Howell ap Howell 
Monmouth. I Grant. 



bichar 



Richard Loyde [of Aburgavennyi].= 



d. of Jenkin Lloyde ap Gronow. 



"Watkynge Llooyde [of Aburgavennyi].=T=Jane d. of Davey Watkynge Vaghan. 



Richard Llooyde of Llanf oist or 
[residence in later hand] 



Abergaveny=T= Alice d. of John ap Roger ap Gilliant 
I [G William— Harl. 1041]. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Brockworth, 

1717. John, s. of John Lawrence, Vicar, and Susanna, bap. 3 Sept. 

1718. Katherine, d. of John Lawrence, Vicar, and Susanna, „ 30 Aug. 

1722. Mary, d. of M' John Lawrence and Susanna, „ 8 Aug. 

1723. Dionisia, d. of M' John Lawrence, born 12 „ 15 Aug. 

1724. Susanna, wife of M' John Lawrence, bur. 3 May. 
Whittington. 

1661. M' Nicholus Lawrence bur. 15 Jan. 

1691. Ann CoUes. d. of Anthony Lawrence, gent., and Calpeper 

his wife, bap. 13 Dec. 

„ William, s. of Anthony La-n-rence, born 15 „ 20 Aug. 

1695. Anthony, s. of Anthony Lawrence, born 16 „ 18 Aug. 

1697. Elizabeth, d. of Anthony Lawrence, born 4 „ 6 June. 

1712. M' Antony Lawrence and M" Elizabeth Rogers, both of y° 

parish of Dowdeswell, mar. 30 Not. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 106 



George Looyde of Holley Roode Ampney in=rAnn d. of Richard Watkin 
CO. Gloster. I al's Vaghan. 



Noye 4 sonn [3. John Walter sonn Ann. Alizabeth Adre. Mary. 
[ISToyus*]. — Harl. and heire. [Elizabeth — — 

1041.] — H. 1041]. Jane. Thomazin. 

Thomas 2 sonn was of Marstomior [Marstonne=pSibell d. and heire of Richard Bird 
Mazie^] in com. Gloc. I of Whitmister. 



Thomas Lloyd of=fEebecka d. of Thorn. Sibbell ux. Thomas Anne nx. Richard 
Whitmister in Hinson of Tavistock Ffogg of ... . in Trotman. 

com. Gloster 1623." in com. Devon. com. Kent. 



I I 

Thomas Lloyd 1 yere old 1623. Sibbell. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 118 ; 1543, fo. 124. 

Arms. — None tricked. 

Thomas Lymmerick of Broughton dyed seised of=pSibbell d. of ... . Curson of 
lands in Northlach, Stratton, Mint [Minte^], and I Walter Pery [Waterburyi] in 
Cirencester. com. Oxon. 

Edward Lymmerick of=pSibbell d. of Thomas 2. Richard=p Thomas s.p. [senex 
Guilliams of Fawley Lymmerick. et s.p. 1623^]. 
in com. Hereford. 



Mynt [Mintei] Esq. 



• According to ofBcial record in the Heralds' College. 

' Thomas Lloyd of Whentenhurst (usually called Whitminster) paid as a composi 
avoid knighthood £21 at the coronation of King Charles I. (Pell Office Records. Au( 
Receipt.) 
» Flaxley. 

1716. John Lloyd, gent., of the City of Gloucester, bur. 13 April. 

1726. M" Susannah Lloyd, relict of John Lloyd, gent, [of the City 

of Gloucester— B.T.], „ 15 July. 

1741. Joseph, s. of Joseph Lloyd of Gunn's Mills and Hannah 

his wife, bap. 19 April. 

1749. M" Deborah Lloyd of Gloucester bur. 2 Oct. 



106 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 



A| 



John Lymmerick of=f=Elizabeth d 
Cheltenham seised of Reignald 
of lands and tene- Nicholas of 
ments in Northlach, Prestbiuy. 
Stratton, and Minte. 



I I I 
1. Winifred. 



3. Elizabeth. 



John Elizabeth ux. Ceceley nx. 
Lymmerick Augustin Awton of John Davis 
ob. s.p. .... [Anertoni] in of North- 
corn. Oxon. lach. 



I I 
4. Sibbell. 



5. Jane. 



1. Thomas 
Lymmerick 
16 yere old 
1623. 



2. Lancelott. 



I I 

Gyles. John ob. 



iEacl)uu 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 



1543, fo. n^. 



Arjis. — Qvarterly — 1 and 4, Gtiles, a /esse vaire between three pelicans' heads erased 
or, viiJm'/ig fhemselres ; 2 a7id 8, Argent, three holly-leaves sable {azure — 
Harl. 104i]. 1, Machin ; 2, B ASTON. 

7 H. 8. Co. ro. of Ham was the copy taken by this John to himselffe Thomas 
& Issabell his children of the mess'es & lands in Pedyngton w'ch John Heyward 
beffore held. 

Court Eoll of Ham, 24 H. 8. Thom. Machin tooke these lands to himselffe & 
Will'm his sonn late the lands of John his ffather. 



Henry Machin" 
of com. 
Gloster. 



= d. of 

Baugh [Brayh — 
Harl. 1041]. 



John Machin.= 



Thomas Machin 24 H. 



Issabell. 



Thomas Machin3=FChristian* d. and 



Alderman of 
Gloster. 



coheire of ... . 
Baston of Swell 
in com. Gloc. 



Will'm Machin.^ 



John Machin 1607.^ 



Thomas Machin 1634. 



' According to oflScial record in the Heralds' College. 

' Will dated 15 March 1566 ; prob. 9 May 1567, P.C.C. (Stonarde 15). Names s. Thomas 
and his wife Christian, s. Henry, d. Mary, d. Margaret, d. Elizabeth and her husband Peter 
Eomney, kinsman John Lawnson, sister Katherine, brother-in-law Mr. Purye, and wife Eliza- 
beth. 

3 Will dated 9 Sept. 1614 ; prob. 3 Dec. 1614, P.C.C. (Lawe 122). Names mfe Christian, 
nephew Henry Machen, s. Edward, s. Richard, d. Anne Kobins, d. Elizabeth Ashfielde, d. Mary 
Wyrrell, s. Henry Machen deceased, niece Anne Machen, d. -in-law Anne Machen, nephew Michael 
Ashfielde, nephew Richard Eobyns, and Emanuel s. of s. Edward Machen. 

" Will dated 21 June 1615 ; prob. 14 Nov. 1615, P.C.C. (Rudd 104). Names, besides those 
in husband's will, s.-in-law John Ashfield, Richard Parker the first husband of her d. Mary, and 
•George Wyrrall her second husband. 



THE VISITATION Of GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



107 



Henery Machin^Ann d. of . . . . Walker Edward=pFrances d. of 



of Crokley 
[Crookley — 
Harl. 1041] 
in com. Gloc 



of .... in nom. Machin of 

Buckingham. Some Hatherley 
say this Ann was the 1623. 
dau. of ... . GrenfFeld 
of com. Buck. 



Gaynsford 
[Gaynford — 
Harl. 1041] of 
.... in com. 
Kent. 



l.Henry=pDorothey Hester. 2. Isaac. 



Mach 
1623. 



d. of 
Robert 
Rogers of 
Dowdes- 
well in 
com. Gloc. 



I I I 
Elizabeth ux. William 
— — Wester of Ellesfeld 

Mary. S.William. [Efford— Harl. 1041] 
— in com. Gloster. 

4. James. — 

Anne ux. John Hick- 
fford in com. Gloster. 

Tasley. 



Thomas Machin Dorothay. Christian 
4 yere old 1623. — a twin w"^ 

Ann. Hester. 



Richard 

Machin of 

Higham 

[Highman 

—Harl. 

1041] ia 

Kent. 



Richard 
Machin 
11 yere old 
1623. 

Emanuell. 



Hester Margerett. 

a twin w"! 
Christian. 



17 July. 
8 May. 



* Will of Thomas Machyn of Berkeley, dated 5 July 1545 ; prob. at Gloucester 23 July 1549. 
EU^abeth his^wi?; ^' ^''^'^™ Machyn, sister Elizabeth Baker, brother John Machyn and 

Will of Thomas Machin of Redbroke in the parish of Newland, dated 16 Nov. 1553 • urob 
at Gloucester 9 Jan. 1554. Names wife Alys. • f • 

1 fin, ^^ M °* Reignold Machyn of Charlton Kin-, dated 22 Jan. 1560-1 ; prob. at Gloucester 24 July 
TV,?,!;, t"''" """t Y i""?' ?°^f *'.?"^ Kichard, daus. Jone and Edye, brothers Anthony and 
Thomas, kinsmen John Roberts of Fiddington and Kichard Pates. 
Euardeaue. 

1591. Agneta, d. of William Machin, 

1666. John Machin, gent., and Alice Kerry (?) 
Micheldeane. 

1678. Thomas Maohen of Longhope and Mary Meek of Michel- 

deane 
1708. Edward Machen, gent., 
Longhope. 

1679. Mary, d. of Thomas Machin and Mary his wife (born 

28 March) 
Prestbury. 
1626. Fortune, d. of Anthony (?) Machin. 

1667. William Machin 

(Will proT. at Glouc. 1668.) 
„ John Machin 
1670. Isabel Machin, widow, 
1678. Isahell, d. of Richard Machin, 
1681. Sar.ih, wife of Kichard Machin, 
1686. Mary Machin 
English Bicknor. 

1638. Kichard, s. of Kichard Machen and Mary his wife, 
1641. Mary, d, of Kichard Machen, gent., and Mary his wife. 



:^ 



mar. 1 May. 
bur. 27 May 



bap. 4 April ) 

bap. 17 Feb. ■) 

bur. 16 May. j 

., 29 Oct. ( . 

„ 5 J.an. [ ' 

bap. 17 June. \ 

bur. 25 iSept. 1 

„ 8 Feb. ■' 



bap. 10 March. 
,. 20 Nov. 
[Ccmtinved vr 



rUnf. 



108 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. Sit-; 1543, fo. 26. 

Arms. — Azure, a hend or, between, in chief three hoys'' heads couped at the shoulders 
argent, crined or, each enwrapped about the nech with a snake vert, and in base 
as many griffins' heads erased or, a crescent for difference. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased or, pierced through the neck ivith a sword in pale argent, 
hilt sable. 

Jenkyn Madock.=pAgnes. 
A| 

1652. Richard, s. of Richard Machen and Mary his wife, died 17 and bur. 21 Nov. 

1656. William fEortune, the son of Walter ffortune of the towne of Monmouth, 
gent., and ffrances Machen, the daughter of Richard Machen, gent., of 
this p'ish, weare published in the p'ish church of English Bicknor 
according to the Act on the 21 day of December and the 28"' day of 
December and the l"" day of January, being three several Lord's days. 
William fEortune, gent., and ffrances Machen weare joyned in marriage 
the 21*' day of January. Jo. Wade. 

1658. William ffortune, gen., and ffrances his wife had a sonne borne the last day 
of March. 

1667. Richard Machen died the lO"" day of October 1667, and was buried the 12 
day following. 

1670. John Machen, y" son of Richard Machen, gent., and Mary his wife, died 

27 Jan. 1670, and was buried at Michelldeane. 

1671. Emanuell Machen, the son of Edward Machen, gent., and Frances his wife, 

died the List day of May 1671, and was buried at Ledbury. 
1675. Edward Machen, gent., and Mary his wife had a daughter borne the 20"" 

day of May 1675, which was baptized Elizabeth the 8 of June following. 
1675. Mary Machen al's Downe died the 30 day of July 1675, and was buried at 

Welch Linton(?). 
1677. Richard, the son of Edward Machen, gent., and Mary his wife, was born 16 

April and bap. 8 May following. 
1679. Edward, son of Edward Machen and Mary his wife, was born 12 Nov. and 

bap. 20 following. 
1681. Edward Machen, gent., and Miiry his wife had a son borne the 7 day of 

Nov. 1681, who was since baptized John. 
1683. Edward Machen, geut., and Mary his wife had a son borne the 16 Oct. and 

was bap. 30 Oct. 1683 (Emanuell). 
1677. M" Mary Machen, widow, birr. 8 Jan. 

1691. John, son of Edward Machen, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 3 April. 

1698. Emmanuell, son of Edward Machen. „ 14 Aug. 

1699. Richard, son of Edward Machen, Esq., was married to 

Mary \\'hiteing o£ Bristol 6 Sept. 

1701. Mary, wife of Edward Machen, Esq., bur. 8 Aug. 

1701. John, son of Richard Machen, gent., and Mary his wife, bap. 12 Nov. 
1707. Richard, son of Richard Machen, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 17 April. 
Richard, son of Richard Machen, gent., and Mary his wife, bur. 19 Feb. 



1709. Mary, dau. of Richard Machen, gent., and Mary his wife. 


„ 1 May. 


1729. John Machen 


„ 6 May. 


Mary, wife of Richard Machen, 


„ U June. 


1735. Richard Machen, Esq., 


„ 11 Aug. 


1750. M" Martha Machen, widow, 


„ 19 July. 


1772. Edward Tomkins Machen. Esq., and M" Hannah Machen, 




widow, 


mar. 20 Oct. 


St. Briavels. 





1723. Edward Machen and Ann Berkin ' mar. 2 May. 
Note. — Ann, the wife of Edward Machen, was the dau. of Richard Berkin, 

who died 1719, who wiis the son of Thomas Berkin, nephew of John 
Brabant and Elizabeth his wife. I 

1724. Sarah, d. of Edward Machen. gent., and Ann, bap. 12 May. ^P.R. 

1741. The Rev. M' James Davies and M" Jane Machen mar. at Lydney 18 Dec. 

1742. Ann, d. of Edward Machen, Esq., by Ann, bur. 25 Aug. 
1757. Sarah, d. of Edward Machen, Esq., by Ann, „ 6 June. 
1760. M" Ann Machen, widow, ., 24 July. 

[ Continiicd ne,rf jKifjr. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



109 



Margaret=pJohn Madock=pEleaiior d. to Lawrence Madock=pElizabeth d. to 

d. to [fil. et h^r.i] Lypiat ofWolstoii [in co. 

Richard [Lypiant— Glouc. 2 filiusH 

Yate. " " 



Lypiat 
[Lypiant — 
Harl. 1041] 
of Lypiate. 



W'm [John 
been erased] 
Bletwyn of 
Malpas. 



Mathew=Avice Edmund=rAIice d. ThomaB=Mary d. of Alice 

Madock. d. to Madock. to Dayy Madock 

James [Davide of 

Clyflford. —Harl. Woleston 



to Dayy 

[Davide 

—Harl. 

1041] 

Atkins 

ofChep- 



in com. 
Gloc. 



Nycho 
"Wykes of 
Dodding- 
ton in 
com. Gloc. 



wife to 
Will'm 
Butler. 



John 
Madock 



Hewelsfield. 

1723. Edward Machen and Anne Berkin 

Newlaud. 

1623. Sepultus fuit Willelmus Machen de Colford 
1680. William Harrison, Rector of this parish, and Elizabeth 
Machen of English Bicknor 

1727. Jonathan Machen peregrinus 

1728. Anne, d. of Edward and Anne Machen of Coleford, 

1729. Anne, d. of Edward and Anne Machen of Coleford, 

1730. Elizabeth, d. of Edward and Elizabeth Machen of Coleford, bur. 22 Sept. 
Micheldeane. 

1606. Margerie Mynchin, d. of Richard Mynchin, 

1670. John Machen 

1712. Mary Machen, widow, 
Will of Richard Machyn proved at Gloucester 1566. 
Will of James Machen of Berkeley proved at Gloucester 1627. 
Will of John Machin of Wickwar proved at Gloucester 1666. 
Will of Sara Machin of Berkeley proved at Gloucester 1668. 
Will of John Machen of Dean Magna proved at Gloucester 1671. 
Will of Richard Machen of Bicknor proved at Gloucester 1673. 
Will of Avice Machen of Cheltenham proved at Gloucester by Samuel Bloxam, jun., 



mar. 2 May. 
24 Junij. 

mar. 28 April. 

bur. (?) Oct. 

„ 26 July. 

bap. 9 Nov. 



bap. 25 May. 

bur. 28 Jan. 

„ 19 Aug. 



Will of William Machin of Acton 
co-executor, 16 Oct. 1717. 

ith will annexed, of Edward Machen of Abenbale granted 



Iger proved at Gloucester by Elizabeth Machin, 
Robert Higgins 



18 June 1721. 

Adm'on of the goods of William Machen of Pauntley granted to Ann Machen his relict 
26 June 1724. 

Monuments and Gravestones at English Bicknor. 
Arms. — Gules, a fess vaire letmeen three pelicans' heads erased or [Machen] ; impaling, Three 
eagles' heads erased. 
In a vault adjacent rest the Remains of | Edw. Tomkins Machen, of Eastbacb Court Esq. | 
who exchanged time for eternity, April 10 | in the 72'' year of his age, of Redemption 1778. 

Here lyeth the Body of Emmanuel the | youngest son of Edw. Machen Esq. and Mary | his 
wife who departed this Life the 18 day of | August Anno Dom. 1698. 
Arms. — An eagle displayed. 
Here lieth interred the Body of Edward, the eldest son of | Richard Machen of Eastbatch | 
Court, Esq., who departed this Life | April 4, 1733, aged 32. 

Here lyeth in the hopes of a joyful | Resurection the Body of Mary, wife of Edward Machen, 
Esq., who departed \ this Life Aug. 15, Anno Dom. 1707. \_Co)itinued overleaf. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



110 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIEE. 



Lawrence Ann wife John Madock of=pAlice d. toWill'mLangley of Christe- 



to Richard 
Danger. 



Akington [Aving- 
toni] in com. Gloc. 



hing [Christhingei] in 



Morgan [Ed'us 
2 sonn. 1 fihus.i] 



I I 
Stephen John of Gloster Citty=pMargaret d. of John 
3 sonn. 4 sonn [2 filiusi]. Kirley of Gloster 
I Citty. 



Edmund of Gloster Citty [of=pJane d. of 
Tiddenhami] 1 sonn. Lewis Bowles. 



Thomas 
5 sonn. 



I 
Joane. 



I 

Alice. 



John Madock=pJane d. of John Anselme=pAnn d. of Catherine [us. Hester 



of Hartbury 
in com. 
Gloster 16 



I 

[2.1] Joseph. 



Wyniat of 
Dimock in 
com. Gloster 
[gent.i]. 



Madock. 



John 



Lawrentii 



"Warnefiford Singleton^], 
of [Sening- 
toni] in 
com. Wilts. 



bymon 
Gethini]. 



[ Joh'es Madock de 
Hartbury predict 
filius primogenitus 
retatis 4 annoru' 
hoc anno 1623.1] 



[3.1 



I I 
Anthony. 



1. Mary. John 



Job 

Madock 
[ast. 17 



George 
Madock. 



John Machen, the son of Edw. | Machen and JIary his wife, who | died April 1691. 

Also Mary the Daughter of | Eichard Machen, Geut.,and Mary I his wife who died April 30, 
1709. 

And also the Body of Mary Machen | late wife of Richard Machen, Esq. | who died May 12, 
A.D. 1701. 

To the memory of Mary | Eelict of Richard Machen | of Eastbach Court, Esq., who | 
deceased Jan. 5, 1677 | Eesurgam. 

Also Richard, the son of | Richard Machen, e:ent. [ and Mary his wdfe ] died Feb. 18, 1708-9. 

Here lyeth the Body of | Eichard Machen the Elder | who departed this Life | the lO"- day 
of October in the | year of Our Lord 1673. ] He married with Mary Charlett, Daughter of | 
John Charlett, Doctor of | Divinity, and had issue | 13 sons and 4 Daughters. 

And also here lieth the | Body of John Machen, Gent. | the son of Richard Machen | Esq. 
by Mary his wife | who departed this Life the ] 1^' day of May Anno Dom. 1729. 

" Dymock" on a tomb in the vestry. 
Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Gules, a chevron vaire ietrreeii three pelicans' hcadt erased sahle \_sic'\, 
for Machen ; 2 and 3, Three holly-leaves. 

Here lyeth the Body of M' James Machen, Senior | who died March 10, 1760, aged 58. 

Here also lyeth the Body of | M" Sarah, the wife of the above M' James Machen. | She 
departed this Life | July 23, 1763, aged 67. 

St. Briavels Chtjkch. 

Here lyeth the Body of | Eichard Byrkin, gent., who | departed this Life 22 day of | July 
1719, aged .55 years. 

Also Sarah, Daughter of | Edward Machin, Esq., by Anne | his wife, Grand Daughter of the | 
abovenamed Richard Byrkin | who departed this Life the 3 June | 1757, aged 33. 

' According to official record in the Her.alds' College. 
• In Easter Term 1592 Edw. Maddock. gent., and others levied : 
widow, of the manor of Stowe. (Fed. Fin.) 



fine of Johanna Cadogan, 
\^Continucd next page. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCBSTEESHIRE. 



Ill 



jHaster^ 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. Ill ; 1543, fo. 158. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Gules, a lion rampnnt-guardant or, holding in the paivs 
a rose of the field ["a white rose in a red"^ — Havl. 1543], stalked and leaved 
vert; 2 and 3, Ermine, a lion rampant gules, crowned or, within a bordure 
engrailed sable bezantee. [1, Master ; 2, CoRifWALL.i] 

Crest. — Within a ring or, gemmed sable, two snakes entwined erect on their tails 
and endorsed 2n'oper [_azure^'\. 

Eichard Master of Cyrencester Doctor of^Elizabeth d. of .... Fultnetby 
Phissick to Queene Elizabeth. I of .... in com. Liacon. 



George Master of Cyrencester=pBridgett d. and sole heire of John Cornwall of 
Esq. Marlborow in com. "Wilts. 



I I I 

2: Richard. 1. S'TViU'mMasterof Ciren-= Alice d. of Edward 

— cester 1623 [cinctus gladio Eastcourt of the 

2. Anne. Ja. Regis S'^ Decenibris anno CittyofSallisbery. 
16231]. 



I 
EHzabeth ux. 
Edward Oldesworth 
de Wootton under 
Edge and Bradley 
in com. Gloster. 



St. Briavels. 

1639. George Haddocks, s. of George, gent., bur. 7 Feb. 

Hewelsfield. 

1683. George, s. of Edward [Edmund— B.T.] Haddock [of Tiden- 

ham— B.T.], gent., and Joane, bur. 12 Feb. 

Awre. 

1628. Elizabeth Haddock, wydow, bur. 25 Hay. 
St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1687. M" Hary Hadox, widow, bur. 23 April. 

Micheldeane. 

1629. EUenor, d. of John Haddock, bap. 31 Jan. 
1683. Constance, d. of Knight Haddock, bur. 28 Sept. 
1685. James Madox „ 21 April. 

Abenhall. 

1705. Edward Hadockeg of the parish of Hichalldeane and Abigail 

Brajne of this parish mar. 13 Sept. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Longhope. 

1682. Thomas Hasters, gent., died 13, bur. 14 July. 

1697. H" Bridgett Master, widow, died 24, bur. 27 Feb. 

Stone. 
1637. M' W" Masters of Cirencester and H" Katherine Davis mar. 15 June. 



P.E. 
B.T. 
B.T. 

[■B.T. 



B.T. 
B.T. 



112 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



#anffant. 



Arms. — None tricked. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 97. 



John NanfFaiit.=pMald [Matildii^] d. of Thorn. Cornwall, sister of S' Thomas. 

\ 

I I 

2. John Nanffant dyed at=pBridgett d. and heire of ... . 1. Will'm Nanffant 
Barnesley. I Keymish of Slough. [filius et hgeres^]. 



John Nanffant of the Perk [Parke^] in=f=Christian d. of Stephen Baston 
Tewkesbury. I of Swell. 



I II I III 

1. John 2. Edward. 4. Richard 1. Mary. 

— Nanffant. — 

3. 



II II 

4. Jane. 6. Elizabeth. 



2. Christian. 5. Anne. 7. Penelope. 

3. Bridgett. 



#aplor. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 86 ; 1543, fo. 81". 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 8, Or, on a bend coftised sable three covered cups of the 
field, Natlor ; 2, Argent, on a chevron sable three bezants, a crescent gules 
for difference, Bond ; 3, Per /esse azure and or, a chevron gules, Hamond ; 
4, Azure, three close helmets or, Hamby ; 5, Per pale or and gules, three 
mullets counter changed, Anfoed ; 6, Argent, a cross engrailed gules, in dexter 
chief point an annulet of the second, GB.BEi'iE ; 7, Or, a chevron betiveen ten 
crosses-crosslet sable, six above and four below, Sleight. 

Crest. — A goat's head or, attired sable, holding in the mouth a sprig of laurel vert. 



WUl'm Bond of Scatterford in com. Gloc.= 



Robert Naylor of=p. . . . d. and coheire . . . . d. and coheire . . . . d. and coheire 

Newlands in the of Will'm Bond of of W" Bond vx of W" Bond vx , 

fforest of Deane Scatterford. Aylway of Tainton Sternhold of Lydney 

in com. Gloc. in com. Gloc. in com. Gloc, 



Henery Naylor=pJoane d, of John Wyrrall James Naylor^Catherin d. of John 
of Newland. of Bicknor in com. Gloc, of Newland. Wyrrall of Bicknor, 
sister of Catherin. sister of Joane. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
Stone. 1714. Ann, d. of Thomas Nanfan, bur. 11 July. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 113 



1^ Thom. Naylor=Anne d. of 2. Edward=pJoane d. and Anne vx. John 

heire of Will'm Wirwood of Tid- 

Hamond of nam in com. 

Newland. Gloc. 



of Newland Parry of Dulis Naylor of 

ob. s.p. in com. Here- Newland. 

fford. 



I 
Will'm Naylor of Newland^rElizebeth d. and coheire of John Hamby of Brocklesby 
1626. I in com. Lincon. 



1. Mathia Naylor ob. set. 22 yeares of age s.p. 2. Anthony Naylor. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, ff. 56^ 108 ; 1543, flf. 37, 147". 

Arms. — Quarterly of twelve — 1, Argent, on a chevron azure three garlis or; 2, Ermine, 
three lozenges corijoined in fesse sable ; 3, Or, four fusils in fesse azure, 
dehruised by a bendlet gules ; 4, Gules, three pears or ; 5, Sable billettee [ori], 
a lion rampant [of the second'^] ; 6, Sable, a chevron ermine between three 
escallops argent; 7, Azure, a bend or between six fleurs-de-lis argent; 8, Ermine, 
a fesse gules ; 9, Oules, a bend between six crosses-crosslet or ; 10, Sable, on a 
chevron or, between three trees of the second, an eagle displayed of the first; 
11, Paly of six or and azure; 12, Argent, a saltire, the endsflmry, gules. 

Ceest. — A Moor, habited in mail proper, ducally crowned or, Icneeling, and presenting 
by its point a sivord argent, hilt of the second, the scabbard sable, garnished 
gold. 

Jestyn ap Owen ap HoU dda.=f= 
I 

Creadoge ap Jestyn ap Owen.=p 

A| 

* Will of Edward Naylor of Coleford in the parish of Newland, dated 3 June 1602 ; prob. 
at Gloucester 14 June 1602. Names wife Anne Naylor, Edward Wyuter, Walter Whitson, Jane 
Whitson, and Phillip Whitson. 

Will of Ferdinand Naylor, proved at Gloucester .... 1600. 

In the Church of Newland, on an altar slab bearing its iive crosses, is incised a large cross 
and the following inscription : " Hie jacet Henricus Nayler, Thomas Nayler, Pater et Filius." 



1573. Dorothy, da. of Edward Nayler of Coleford, bap. 21 May. 

„ John, son of John Nayler of Coleford, bur. 28 May. 

„ Johanna, da. of John Nayler of Coleford, „ 9 June. 

1577. Agnes Nayler al's Tomes of Coleford, wid., „ 1 Dec. 

1584. Richard, son of John Nayler of Coleford, bap. 6 Not. 

1593. Johanna, da. of John Nayler of Coleford, ,, 31 Oct. 

1611 da. of Richard Nayler of Corapton, bur. 26 Nov. 

1620. Henry, son of Henry Navler of Whitecleve, bap. 26 Nov. 

1623. William, son of Henry Nayler, „ 19 Jan. 

1626. Johanna Nayler, da. of Henry Nayler of Coleford, bur. 15 Dec. 
According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



114 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 

M 

Eytherche ap Creadoge.=f=Margaret da. to HoU ap Eees ap Tewdor. 

Gronowy ap Ryddy.=f= 



Howell ap Grono lord of Newton in Rowse=rGwenllian g . . . . [daughter to the 
[L. of Ystrad towne— Harl. 1041, fo. 56^2- I lord Eees goych— Harl. 1041]. 



Cradock ap Howell ap Grono lord of=f=Katharen [da. to S'' Andrew Perrott by 
Newton. I Jannett Mortim' — Harl. 1041]. 



S-'Will'm [S'^ Wilcocke— Harl. 1041; ■Witcocy]=rJoane d. of S' Mathew Owgan 
Cradock lord of Newton, buried at Newton. [Ogani ; Wogan — Harl. 1041, 



fo. 56"] Knt. 



Will'm Cradock lord of=j=Catherin d. and heire of S' Will'm Delamare Knt lord of 
Newton. I Richardstone. 



John Cradock lord of=rJoane d. of S'' John Elyder Knt. [Elyer Den militis^ ; 
Newton, buried at Gary. I S^ Elid^ ddy K'— Harl. 1041, fo. 56"]. 



Robert Cradock=pMargery d. of Nicholas Sherborne [&' Richard — Harl. 1041, 
lord of Newton, I fo. 108]. In Harl. 1041, fo. 56", she is called d. of Nicholas 
buried at NangeU. Sherburne K. of Mangle. 

I Arms. — Erm., three lozenges sable. 

John Cradock of Newton, buried at S' Bridges [Brydei].=pNest d. of S' Peeter 
^1 Russell Knt. 

John Cradock lord=j=Margarett d. of Howell Moythe [Moythde of Castell Odyn and 
of Newton. ffountaine gate Esq. — Harl. 1543, fo. 37]. 



Richard Cradock was the ffirst that tooke the=j=Enima [Amicia — Harl. 1543, fo. 37] 
name of Newton, lord of Newton and Nangle d. and coheire of S'' Thomas Perott 
and Cheefif Justice of England. (or Perrott) of Yestington [Harolds- 
^1 ton— Harl. 1041, fo. 56"] Knt. 



(Harl. 1041, fo. 57.) 

Robert' Chedder.=T=Johanna. 
^1 

Thomas [szc] Chedder.=p 
C| 

Accordiug to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



115 



c| 



S' John Newfcoii=pIssabell d. and heire [coheire— Johanna ux. Joh'is Talbott 
al's Cradock al's I Harl. 1041] of S'^ John Chedder miles D'n's Lisley =r 
Cradock Knight, (or Shedder) Knt. I 



Richard=pLi 

Newton 



Cradock 



ucey d. and coheire 
of Mathew Hampton 
Esq. [by Jane da. to 
S' Foulke Lee— Harl. 
1041]. 



Elizabeth^ 
S' John. 



=Thomas- 
Newton. 



Joane ux. Thomas Anne vxor 

Griffin miles. =p .... 

1 Gruffeth. 
Ric'us Griffin. 



=Alianor da. 
to the L. 
Dawbeney. 



Elizabeths 



Grey.=p 



Isabell ux. S' 
GiUes Capell 
of Hartfordsh. 
[ ? Hereford- 
shire]. 



Elizabetha ux. Edwardi 
Dudley relicta Arthur! 
Plantagenet. 



S' John Newton al's Cradock Knt. [of the=f=Margerett d. of S'' Anthony Pointz 
county of Glocest.— Harl. 1041]. [Poynes— Harl. 1041] Knt. 



S'^ Henery=pCatherin Frances 



Newton of 


d. of S"- 


vx. 


East Har- 


Thomas 


Will'm 


tryincom. 


Paston 


lord 


Somersett 


of ... . 


Cobham. 


[ofHamon 


in com. 




in Glo- 






cest*— 


knt. 




Harl. 






1041]. 







I I I I 

[Jane vxor S"' James Fitz James K. 
Siciley tx. Samuell Newton son and 

h. to Si" George Newton. 
Joyce wifFe to S' Tho. Manners K. 
Theophila wiffe to W-" E. of Wors- 

ter, 2'y to W^ Paratt of Pantglas. 

—Harl. 1041, fo. 57.] 



[John 
Newton 
of Bris- 
tow — 
Harl. 
1041, 
fo. 57]. 



Theoder Newton=pPenolapy d. 
of Bitton at Bars I of S' John 
Court 1623. RodnyeKnt. 



Elizebeth vx. John 
Judcott [Jidcott 
—Harl. 1041]. 



ffrances vx. Margerett 
Giles and Anne 

Strangways. s.p. 



John Newton 12 yeare old 1623. 



I I I 

I'ances. Penolapy. Anne. 



2. Richard Newton of Bevers Castell in^ 
com. Hereford 2 sonn. 



Janne da. and heire to John Newton of 
Crowsland in Chesh'. 



I Cro' 



Mawde da. to S"" Richard Cholmonley=f=S' Fetter Newton Kmght=j=Joanne da. and 

Knight 2 wiffe. ch gov'nor to Prince 1 heire to JeflFerey 

Arther. Kyffyn 1 wiffe. 



116 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



D| 



Charles Newton Arthur Newton eldest=rElizabeth da. to S' Thomas 
2 Sonne. son. I Cornewall K. 



I I I 

Edward 1. Elianor 2. Katharen 

Newton vs. vs. to 

died Thomas Edward 

young. Hutton. Vaughan. 



3. Winifred. 4. Mary. 



I 
5. Anne vs. 
.... Dacres 
of the 

North. 



Jefferey=pGrrace da. to Nicolas Elizabeth vs. John 
Newton Bringer, 2 to George Lloyd of Westay, 
3 sonn. Harbert of Swansey. 2 to Charles Walcott. 



Mari first m.=pJohn 
Thomas Atton Walcott. 
of Atton. 



Dorothy da. and heire us. Henry 
Maunsell. =r 

I 
I 



l_ _l 

Charles Edward Charles 

Walcott. Atton. Walcott. 



Henrey. Elizabeth. Grace. 



ohn : 



John Newton.=pElizabeth da. and heire to Gruffeth Hinton. 



Francis=pMary da. to Reignold 

Newton. I Corbett Justice of the 

K. Bench. 



Thomas Owen 
of London. 



Mary vs. Margarett vx. 

Oliver Lloyd Eichard Lloyd 
of Nurog (?). of Marington. 



John=pSara da. to 2. Fetter. 



Newton. 



Thomas 
Owen sisf^ 
toS''Eoger 



3. Edward. 

4. Reignold. 



1. Elizabeth 2. Margarett 3. Sara. 
us. Edward us. John — 

Burton. Lloyd. 4. Janne. 



Fetter Newton. 2. Thomas. 



Mary. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 117 

Earl. MS. 1543, fo. 167". 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron letween three ravens saile two lions comlattant of the 

field. 
Crest. — A guatrefoil or on a stalk argent, charged with a raven sahle. 

Humfrey Nicholas.=j= 

Eeignald Nicholas of Prestbury iii=TpWinifrid d. of William Person 
com. Gloster. I of London. 



[Willielmus NycholaB Thomas Nicholas of=Jane d. of John Audeley of ... . 

2 filiuB.i] Prestbury Jnstice of in com widdow of Andrew 

the Peace. Ketleby of .... in com. Gloster. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 143*. 
Arms. — None tricked. 

John Northwood of Leckhampton=pEllinor d. and coheire of John 
in com. Gloster. I Gifford of Leckhampton. 



Roger Northwood of=r. ... d. of Sir John Butler [Boteler*] of Badmington in 
Leckhampton. com. Gloster Knt. 



Eaffe Northwood of=p. ... d. of ... . Knight of the towne of 
Leckhampton. Shrewsbery. 

2. John. Henry Northwood=pCatherine d. of S' Eobert Throg- 3. Nicholas, 
of Leckhampton. 1 morton of Coughton [Coftoni] in 
com. Warwick Knt. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
Prestbury. 

1613. June 7. Reginalde Nicholas, gent., buried. B.T. 
Pucklechurch. 

1722. April 19. Francis Nicholas of Westerleigh and Anne Denning of 8iston 
married. B.T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



118 

William Northwood of^Elizabeth d. of WLUiam Lyggon of Madersfeld in com. 
Leckhampton 1623. I "Worster. 

in \ 

EafiFe. 1. Richard^ 

— North- 
Thomas, wood. 



^Elizabeth d. of Nicholas 
Steward Docter of Law. 



2. Henry=r. 

North- 
wood. 



d. of S' John 
Eodney of ... . 
com. Somersett. 



EUenor Dorathy. 2. John. 

Norfchwod. — 

3, Eichard. 



II II 

Francis 5. Thomas. 
Northwood. — 

— 6. Edward. 
4. William. 



[Carolus. 
Henricus.i] 



3^acfeer. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 89 ; 1543, fo. 95. 

Arms. — Guks, a cross lozengy or letwemfoiir roses argent. 
Ceest. — A pelican in her piety or, issuing out of her nest vert. 

Thomas Packer of Cheltenham in com. 61oster.=p 
^1 

Edward PackeT=f=Joane d. of . . . . Drinkwater Thomas Packer=. . . . d. of . . . 
of Alston in of Butler's Court in com. of Ham. Mountlow. 

com. Gloster. Gloster. 



Thomas Packer=f=Thomazin d. 2. Lewes [Lodonicns^]=f=Anne d. of Thomas 
of Alston 1623. of Robert Packer of Cheltenham Rowcliff [Eockcliffi] of 
Westwood. in com. Gloster. .... [Kirkbornei] in 

com. York. 



1. Robert=Anne d. of 2. Edward. 4. William. 
Packer. .... Mas- — 

call. 3. John. 



1. Edward Packer Anne. 
18 yere old 1623. 

2. William Packer. 



3. Jonn Packer.=FKatherine d. of WUl'm Wakeman. 



Anne. 

Mary. 



I I 

therme. 



3. Cath 

4 a da. 



1. Edward. 



2. John. 



5. Alexander. 



3. WilUam Packer. 

4. Eichard Packer. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



119 



palmer. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 61 ; 1543, fo. 66. 

Aems. — Argent, on a chief sable three cinquefoils of the field. 

John Palmer was borne at Kings=pMary d. of . . . . Grevell, Judicus, 
Charlton in com. Gloster. I de Arle juxta Cheltenham. 



2. Edward 
Palmer of 
Churchide. 



William Pahner=FElizabeth d. of 



of Lemington 
in com. Gloster. 



.... Docwra 
of Chamber- 
house in com. 
Berks. 



Gyles Palmer= 
of Burton 
sup. le heath. 



Elizabeth=i 
d.of.... 
Mundy of 
Cambden 


pJohn Pahner= 
of .... in 
com. "War- 
wick. 


m com. 
Gloc. 







Mary d. of 
Edw. Kerne 
by the d. of 

Dennes. 



Penolapey. 



=. . . . Dorothy ux. 

d. of Osbald- 

.... ston of 
Feld, Chadlington 

in com. 

Oxon. 



Edward Palmer=j=. . . . d. 



William 



of Dorington 
in com. Gloster. 



Richard Palmer. 



Richard Pal- 
mer of Bow- 
ton upon the 
Mount. 



Partricje. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 25" ; 1543, fo. 4^ 



Arms. — Cheguy argent and salle, on a lend gules three escallops or. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet a horse's head sable, a-med or. 
This Creaste was confermed by W" Harvye al's Clarenceulx, which armes and 
crest was first confermed by Lawrans Dalton al's Norrey An° 1561, after confermed 
by W° Hervey 1566. 

Roger [Richard written above, but Roger not erased — Harl. 1543]=p 
Partrich of Kendall in com. York [note at side — Westmorland]. 

.1 



Richard Partrich.= 



John Partriche of Stanley Leonard in com. Gloc.=f=Anne d. of Edmond Bennett. 



120 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



William Partriche=rMargareht d. to Roger Fowler [Flowes — Harl. 1041] 
of Cirencester. of StrodewaUter [? Strodewater]. 



Anthony Partriche Jone mar. to Alice mar. to Margaret maiy^ Anne mar. to 
sanz yssu. John Cox- John Sur- to Thomas Robert 

well. man. ResteU. 



I I I 

Barbara. "William 

— 3 sonn. 
Mary. 



I 
Henry 
4 sonn. 



Robert Partriche 8on=j=Anne d. of John Ernley 
and heire 2 sonn. I of com. Wilts. 



John Partriche. Anthony Partriche 2 sonn. 



Nov. 27 die matrimoniu' solempnizat fuit inter Thomam P'tridge p'ochie de "1 

Newland et Johannam Mathew ejusdem p'ochie. V P.E. 

Jan. 15 die bap. fuit Johanna Partridge filia Thome Partridge. J 



Miserden 
1662. 
1667. 
1669. 
1676. 
1681. 



1698. 
1700. 
1701. 
1702. 
1708. 
1716. 

1717. 
1720. 
1729. 
1730. 
1733. 
1738. 
1744. 
1747. 
1748. 
1750. 
1759. 
1763. 
1765. 



Anne, wife of Edward Partridge, 

Gedyth P'tridge, d. of William, 

Henry, s. of Henry Partridge, gent., and Jone his wife, 
Thomas, s. of Henry Partridge, gent., and Jone his wife, 
Robert, s. of Henry Partridge, gent., and Jone his wife, 
Henry, s. of Henry Partridge, gent., 
Anthony Partridge, s. of Henry Partridge and Jone his 

wife, 
Rebecca, d. of Thomas Partridge, 
Robert Partridge 
Sarah Partridge 
Rebecca Partridge 
SibyUa Partridge 
Mary Partridge 
Mary Partridge 
Susanna Partridge 
M' Henry Partridge 
M'' Nathaniel Partridge 
M" Joane Partridge 
M' John Partridge 
M' Henry Partridge 
Simeon Partridge and Sarah Harris 
Thomas, s. of John and Ann Partridge, 
Sarah, d. of John and Ann Partridge, 
M" Hester Partridge 
M'' Rebecca Partridge 
M' Thomas Partridge 
Rebecah Partridge 
John Merrett and Sarah Partridge 
Harry, s. of Harry and Ann Partridge, 
Stephen Power and Ann Partridge 
Ann, d. of Harry and Ann Partridge, 
Thomas Partridge and Margaret Arkwell 



bur. 9 Sept. P.R. 
bap. 1 May. B.T. 



bap. 9 June. 
„ 17 July. 
„ 30 Sept. 
„ 2 Oct. 

„ 29 Jan. 

„ 25 Aug. 

bur. 23 March 

christened 27 Aug. 

14 Feb. 

bur. 29 Nov. 

bap. 12 Aug. 

„ 14 April. 

„ 2 June, 
bur. 15 Jan. 

,, 8 Not. 

„ 9 Aug. 

„ 22 June. 

„ 19 Aug. 
mar. 23 Dec. 
bap. 21 Sept. 

„ 21 Dec. 
bur. 9 Feb. 

„ 7 Oct. 

„ 24 Dec. 

„ 5 Feb. 
mar. 12 Sept. 
bap. 14 July, 
mar. 5 May. 
bap. 21 Sept. 
mar. 24 Nov. ^ 
Continued next page. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



121 



^a^lett. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 91"; 1543, fo. 107. 



Arms. — SalU, three swm-ds in pile points in base argent, hilts andpomels or [argent^']. 
Crest. — An arm in armour emiowed proper, holding a stvord argent, hilt and 



Sr Hugh Pawlett of Hinton S' George=pPhilada [Philia— Harl. 1041] d. of 
in com. Somersett Knt. I Cadon Pollard of Golsfcon in com. 

I Devon. 

S'' Amyas Pawlett of 2. Nicholas Pawlett of^pMary d. of Thomas Hunger- 
Sandford Peverell in Minty in com. Gloster. I ford of the Lea in com. 
com. Devon. WUts [ar.^]. 



1770. 

1772. 
1773. 
1774. 
1775. 
1787. 



1799. 



Joseph, s. of Thomas and Margaret Parti'idge, 

John, s. of Harry and Ann Partridge, 

John, s. of Thomas and Margaret Partridge, 

Joseph Partridge, gent., 

Charlotte, d. of Harry and Ann Partridge, 

Elizabeth, d. of Thomas and Margaret Partridge, 

Thomas, s. of Harry and Ann Partridge, 

Nathaniel, s. of Thomas and Margaret Partridge, 

Sarah, d. of Harry and Ann Partridge, 

Maigaret, d. of Thomas and Mary Partridge, 

Sarah Partridge 

Robert Belcher and Anne Partridge 

Sarah Partridge 

Joseph Smith and Betty Partridge 

Joseph, s. of Joseph and Maria Partridge, 

Elizabeth, d. of John and Sarah Partridge, 

Mary, d. of John and Ann Partridge, 

Nathaniel, s. of Joseph and Mary Partridge, 

Thomas Partridge 

Thomas, s. of John and Sarah Partridge, 

John, B. of John and Ana Partridge, 

Margaret, d. of John and Sarah Partridge, 



Arlingham. 

1683. Elizabeth, d. of John and Alice Partridge, 

1684. John, s. of John and Alice Partridge, 
1688. John, s. of John and Alice Partridge, 

1747. M' William Sillington of Stonehouse (an Irishman) and 
Ann Partridge of Newnham mar. by I 

Micheldeane. 

1621. Edmund Partridge 

1639. Hester, d. of William Partridge, 

1670. Margaret Partridge 

1674. Joane Partridge 

1679. Eobert, s. of Robert Partridge, 

„ William Partridge 

„ John Partridge 

1682. John, s. of Eobert Partridge. 

1691. Hester Partridge 

„ Edward Partridge, senior, 

1693. Edward Partridge 

Frethern. 

1627. John, s. of Daniel Partridge, 



bap 


28 June. N 
28 June. \ 




, 


6 March. 


bur 


1 March. 


bap 


13 Nov. 


" 


30 Dec. 




21 June. 


„ 


18 April. 




2 Feb. 


,, 


17 Dec. 


bur. 


6 Oct. 


mar 


23 Feb. 


bur 


7 July. 


mar 


17 May. 


bap. 26 Dec. | 




4 Jan. 




30 May. 


„ 


14 Feb. 


bur. 


8 April. 


bap 


30 Aug 




30 Nor. i 
25 May. / 


•' 


bap. 13 March.~l 




27 Jan. 1 




7 Feb. 



10 July. 



bur. 19 Jan. n 
bap. 16 March, 
bur. 1 April. 

„ 22 March, 
bap. 16 Aug. 1 
bur. 31 Aug. ) B.T. 

„ 2 Oct. / 
bap. 11 July, 
bur. 27 Dec. 

„ 12 Feb. 

„ 11 Sept. y 



bap. 21 Oct. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



122 THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

^1 

Amyas Pawlett of Thornbury in=i=Christiaii d. of . . . . Purnell 
com. Gloster 1623. 1 of Wotton. 



Will'm Pawlett [de f i] 4 yere old 1623. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 110'' ; 1543, fo. 166*. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 mid 4, Argent, a chevron Azure between three mullets pierced 
gules, Payne^ ; 2, Sable, eleven plates between two Jlaunches argent, Spilman ; 
[3, Argent, a chevron between three water-bougets sabW^ 

Eight welbeloved Seirs I greet you well w"" all my hart & pray you that you 
tender the Right of my welbeloued servant & yours Will'm Payne touching to his 
Right in Strood as you will that I should doe any thing att your prayers ifor truly 
S' John Spilman had the land in Strood of S'' Will'm Mauncell w*"" a daughter of 
his in ffree mariag & in time of his liffe & his son Nicholas Spilman held it the time 
of his liffe & Thomas Spilman, Nicholas's sonn, held it the time of his liflFe & Margery 
daughter of the said Thomas late the wiflfe of William Payne held it 46 yeres. 
The original! subscribed 

James Berkley, lo. of Berkley, K'. 

S' John Spilman=j=. . . . d. of S"' William Mancill [Mauncell^] 
Knight. I Kn' w"" whome he had lands in Strood. 



Nicholas Spilman.^ 
^1 

Thomas Spilman of Spilmans Court in Rodborough=p 
in the p'ish of Minchinghampton. I 



Will'm Payne of Rodborough.=j=Margerett d. and coheii'e. 



Will'm Payne of Rodborough who sealed a deed dated the=j= 
40 [41] E. 4 w'l" the seale of his Armes. I 



I 

Rodborough. I [Garson^] in com. Wilts 



Thomas Payne of=f=Catherin d. of John Mordey [Moodyi] of Gerson 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
Lydney. 

1703. WilUam Pawlett, Serjeant-at-Law, bur. 5 Oct. P.R. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 123 



John Payne of Eodborough.=j=Kose d. of Edward HoUyday of Rodborgh. 



1. Gyles Payne= Jane d. of . . . . Walter Payne^Elizebeth d. of , 



of Rodborough Sidenham. brother and 

ob. s.p. heire. 



Barneifeld. 



Giles Payne dyed Richard Payne of=pJane d. of George Sydenham of Chilworthy 
in his youth. Rodborough. I in com. Somersett. 



1. Gyles Payne=j= d. of . . . . 2. Richard Payne a ffellow 3. Henery Payne. 

40 yeres old. I Haydon of in New Colledg in Oxfford. — 

Shipton Solers. 4. Sydenham, 



Mary d. and sole heire. 



5. Walter. [2.i] Sarah ux. [3.i] Jane ux. [l.i] Dorathey ux. [4.1] Elizebeth. 

— Giles Grevill of Will'm Knell John Owen of — 

6. George. Kings Cholton of .... in in com. Herefford. [5.i] Margerett. 

[Charlton!]. com. Radnor. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 117. 
Arms. — None tricked. 
John Peeter [Petrel] of Penhow in com. Devon.=r 

John Peeter of the Citty of Exeter.=p 

George Peeter of Henbnry=i=Grace d. of John PUl of Thomas Peeter 
in com. Gloster. I the Citty of Exeter. s.p. ob. s.p. 

a| 
1 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Brockworth. 

1699. John Haines and Mary Paine mar B.T. 

Eastington. 
1714. John Payne and Sarah Clutterbuck mar. 19 April. B.T. 



124 



THE VISITATIOK OF GLOUCESTERSHIBE. 



A| 



Mary ux. Will'm Peeter 
Captaine of Bristow. 



Cox. 



=Anne d. of 

Walter 

"Williams. 



Peeter 
M^of 
Arte. 



3. John 



4. Edward 
Peeter. 



I I 

5. Thomas 
Peeter. 

6. Francis 



Symon Peeter. [2.i] Edward Peeter. [3.i] Will'm Peeter. 



^^leptrtlL 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 



1543, fo. 116. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, a bend gules gutte'e d'eau between two birds 
(Cornish choughs) of the second, a chief chequy or and sable; 2 and 3, Gules, 
a lion rampant w between four crosses-crosslet [Jleury^'\ vaire; over all a fleur- 
de-lis for difference. 

Crest. — A wolf's head erased sable [gules'^] bezantee [platee^], in the mouth a cross 
formeefitcMe gules. 

Thomas Pleydell of Colshill in com. Berks.=f= 



William Pleydell=p Agues d. and coheire of Rose ux. Anthony Champnes 
of Colshill [Coal- .... Reason of Crofte [Champueisi ; Champouis- 
hiU — Harl. Oastell in com. Dorset. 

1041]. 



Harl. 1041] of Fromsellwood 
in com. Somerset [Berks, 
corrected to Som.i]. 



GabrieU. 4. Zachery. 5. Thomas. 



1. Toby Pleydell [de Chip-=[Eleanora fil. 
pinge Faringdon in com. Jacobi Yate 
Berksi]. I de Buck- 

4% laud.i] 

Vide Berks. 



6. John Pleydell of=pBridget d. of 
Westcott[We8tcortt .... Barker of 
—Harl. 1041] in Suniug [Sun- 
corn. Berks. ninge^Jincom. 
Berks. 



2. William Pleydell of the=Mary d. of Thom. Tindall 3. Richard 
Citty of Bristow [16231]. ofEstwood. Pleydell. 



According to ofBoial record in the Heralds' College. 
Awre. 
1688. Edward Peters of Blakeney, gent., bur. 31 Aug. B.T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



125 



[1.1] EHzabeth. [3.i] Ursula. 
[2.1] Margarett. [4.^] Joane. 



[5.*] Anne. Eobert PleycleU=pSusan d. of Ed- 



10 yere 
old 1623, 



of Holy Rood 
Ampney in com. 
Gloster. 



ward Saunders < 

Brixworthincom. 

Northampton. 



1. John 2. Eobert 
Pleydell PleydeU. 



3. Charles [l.i] Susan. 
Pleydell. — 

[2.1] Millesent. 



1 I I 

[3.1] Bridgett. [5.i] Mary. 

[4.1] Beata. 



H^oolt. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 41 ; 1543, fo. 33. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure, seme'e of fleurs-de-lis or, a lion rampant argent ; 
2, Argent, a chevron sable between three stags' heads cabossed gules ; 3, Oules, 
a /esse chequy or and azure, in chief an annulet argent, Whittington. 

Crest. — A stag's head cabossed gules, the attires barry of six or and azure. 

John Poole 2 brother of ... . Poole in com. Cester. This=p 
John was servant to the Lady Abbys of "Wylton. 



. d.=f=Richard=p. . . . d. and=William 



Dan- 
vers 
Iwiffe. 



Poole 
2 



heire of 



Gouldwell 
of Kent. 



Nottiu£ 
ham first 
husband. 



John 
Poole 
1 Sonne 
sanz 
yssu. 



wife to 

Bonham of 
Bonham 
Hall in 
com. Wilts. 



....ad. wife 
to ... . Vudall 
[Vuedale — 
Harl. 1041] of 
.... in com. 
Dorset. 



ad. 



Henry Leonard Poole=pCatherine 



dyed the 30 
of Sept. 30 
H. 8. 



of GloC^, 



d. of Gyle 

Bridges 

Knight. 



William 
Poole. 



....ad. 
wife to 
New- 
ton of ... . 
in com. 
Somerset. 



....ad. 
wife to ... . 
Newbery of 
. . . .in com. 



Mathew, of=f=Julian d. of Henry. Ellen d. of=Gyles Poole=pElizabeth d. John 



Saberton 
in com. 
Gloc. 



Den- 
sell of ... . 
in com. 
Devon. 



Lewkenor 
2 wiffe. 



ob. 24 Feb. 
1588. 



heire to 
Thomas 
Whittington 
of Pantley 
1 wiffe. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



126 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 

^1 B_| 

Thomas Poole of Baguley Beatrix d. of 'Williani=^S'' Heary Poole=pAnne d. of W" 
in com. Ebor. Vide York. Bridges Lord Shan- of SajDerton "Wroughton 

4x doys 2 wiffe. Enight. Knight. 



Guy sanz yssu. Devereux Poole 2. Frances ux. Nevill Poole 1. Eleanor ux. 
ob. sine p'le. of Okes in com. Wilts Eic'di ffeteplace 
militis. militis. 



Henricus Poole=f=Beata filia D'ni Dorothy ux. Jo. Anne ux. Theobaldi 
de Saperton ar. Bridges Baronis Savage de Ehns- Gorge militis. 
Chandois. ley militis. 



Will'mus Poole £et. 3 annor. [1623]. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 55 ; 1543, fo. 40. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Gules, five marltons' ivings in saltire argent, Porter ; 
2, Barry of six argent and sable, three cotton hanks or, Heyward ; 3, Sable, 
three esquires^ helmets argent. 



St. Poole : A., a Igon Ramp, ivth too tayls g., croivned or, a ci7iquefotl for 

difference. 
StAhton : Sable, a cinqiiefoil inter an orle of martlets argent. 
Mesey :...., afess inter three cinquefoils sable. 
Trtjssell : a., a cross fwmee fleuree g. 

Elland : . . . ., 2 bars inter eight [martlets ?], three, two, and three. 
Arnold : G., a chevron ermine inter three pheons or. 
Cadull : A., a cross engra\iled'\ vt. 
Arther : A chevron inter [three] organ-rests or,feeldgeules. 

S'^ Peter S' Poole Knight came in to England w'" Q. Issabel wife to K. 2.=p 
I 

las S' Poole. =. . . . „ 

. . . Snarford 



Thomas S' Poole.=. . . . d. and heire of Margerett ux. John Staunton Knight. 



John Chursdon=f=Issabell d. of S"' John Staunton. 



al's le Long. 



[Arms.— &&fo, a cinq^^efoil 
within an orle of martlets ar- 
gent.— Raxl 1041.] 



Thomas Poorter.=pCiseley d. of John Chursdon. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIEE. 



127 



Thomas=pCatherine d. [Anne us. . 

Porter. and heire of of Shekeuhurst. 

John Hay- Arms. — Argent, a 

ward. fessdel. Scinqiiefoilssa. 

— Harl. 1041.] 



[Margarett 
ux. . . . 
Trussell— 
Harl. 1041.] 



"William Jane ux. Eob. Eland [Elland. Roger 

ob. s.p. Arms.—GuI, 2 bars M. 8 martlets arg. Porter. 
—Harl. 1041.] 



[Elizebeth ux.Thom. 
S* Barbe. 

Arms. — , a fish 

haicrient arg. betiv. 
6 crosses-crosslet or, 
3, 2 and 1.— Harl. 
1041.] 

=Margarett d. of 
JohnArther. Vide 
Remembrances. 



AUice d. of Jolm=fArtlier Porter = I ssabell Laydy Richard Dennys=rAnne d. of 



Arnold sister of 
S"' Nicholas 
Arnold Knight, 



sonn and 
heire 



Barkley d. of I 
Wm. Dennys 
Knio'ht. 



of .... m com. 

Gloster. 



widow 1 Sonne 
of ... . heire. 
Gren- 
vile. 



"Walter Dennis=pMargerett d. of 



»■■ John S' 
John of 
Bletshoe. 



Paunceflfoote and 
widow of John Read 
of Dodiugton. 



Mary Dennis=r Anthony 
Dowle of 
Duns- 
bery. 



quere Mary 
or Mabell. 



Katherine=pLewes Jane ux. 
Dennis. I Pigott. Cokein. 



Edward 
Dowle. 



"Walter 
Dowle. 



Elizabeth dyed young. 



I I 
2. Frances ux. 
John Guil- 
liams of Min- 
sterworth. 

Elizabeth. 



4. Mary ux. 
Andrew 
Fysher ob. 
s.p. 



6. Margarett 
1 m. to ... . 
Hill of Tok- 
ington and 

after to 

Spencer. 



2. Morris Dennis 
2 Sonne was Ser- 
j ant-Major of 
Vlesing and was 
slayne in Brit- 
taine s.p. 



I I 

3. "William. 

4. Gilbert 
Dennis 4 
Sonne slaine 
in Brittaine. 



1. Arnold Por- 
ter sonn and 
heire ob. s.p. 

3. Richard 
Porter. 



Bridgett ux. Tacye ux. 

Xpofer Edward 

Baynham Oldis- 

sonn of S'' worth. 
George. 



Issabell 2. S' Thomas=j=Anne Dennys 

ux. Porter of 1 daughter. 

Gyles Hamsted. 

Cord- 

ington. 



S'' Arther Porter=pAnne d. of John 



of Lantoney in 
com. Glocester. 



Danvers of 
Daunteshey. 



Ambrose. Anne ux. Gabriel Katherin ux. 

Pile of Coling- Ric. Welsh of 

bow in com. Shelsley in 

"Wilts. com. "^''orster. 



Elizabeth d. 



heire ux. S'' John Scudamore of ... . Baronett. 



128 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 36. 

Arms. — Quarterly of ten — 1, Barry of eight or and gules; 2, Paly of six or and 
azure, on a f esse gules three mullets of the first; 3, Quarterly per f esse indented 
argent and azure; 4, Quarterly gules and or, a bend argent; 5, Argent, a 
fesse and canton gules ; 6, . . . ., six escallops, three, two and one, . . . . ; 
7, Argent, a lion rampant gules, crowned or ; 8, Gules, a star of twelve points 
argent; 9, Gules, a gryphon segreant or; 10, Vaire argent and azure. 

Crest. — A Imnd clenched issuing out of clouds, all proper. 

Motto. — Graiiit Refraint. 



Hugh Poyntz esq'' lived as apereth in the red boke of the Exchequer.= 



Nicholas Poyntz.=f=Julyaa d. of Hughe Bardolphe. 



S' Hugh Poyntz Knight=pHelewise sister and heire to W™ Malett 
baron of Cory Malet. I baron of Cory Malett. 



S'' Nicholas Poyntz Knight lord and baron of Cory Malett ob. an'o 1 E. 1. 



Elizebeth d. of Edward le Zuch of= 
Haringworth Castell in com. 
Northampton 1 wiife. 



^S'' Nicholas Poyntz=fMawde cosen and 



lord and baron of 
Cory Malett. 



heire of S'' John 
Acton of Acton 
2 wiflfe. 



S' Hugh Poyntz Knight S' John Poyntz=rElizebeth d. of Phillip Clamvow, cosen 
baron of Cory Malett. Knight. and coheire to S' Thomas Clamvow 

who ob. E. 3. 



Eob. Poyntz, esq'.^^pKatherin d. of Tho. fStznicoll vide ffollio 186. 



Tho. Pointz m. Jane widow of ... . Harewell. 

n^ 

Thomas Ellen a nun at IssabeU ux. Ric. ffoster Katherin ux. John 
Pointes. Shaftesbery. of Sudbury. Grevill of Banbery. 



John Grevill.: 



. d. of Humfl&'ey ifoster of Barks. 



Elizebeth d.=pNicholas=j=Elizebeth d. of S'' Edward Isabell ux. Rob. Stanshaw. 



of Hen. Hus- 

sye of Sussex 
2 wiffe. 



Poyntz 
esq'. 



MyUs of Horscomb in 
com. Gloster ob. 39 H. 



Robert 



THE VISITATION OP GLGTJCESTERSHIRE. 



129 



Henry. 



Alice ux. Elizebeth a nun Jone or Jane iix. Will'm Margerett ux. 
Morris at Shaftesbury. Dodington of Woodland. John Lisley 

of Sussex. 



John 
ob. 1 


Poyntz esq''=r Alice d. of . . . .= 
2 E. 4. Cox of Bristow. 


^S-- Edward Barkley 
of Bevston Castell 
2 husband. 


Humfifrey 
m. to . . . 


Pointes 
. Pollard. 


1 
Anne 
to . . 


ux. Edward Yerdley and afte 
. . Buckley of Hamshire. 


Robert=rElizebeth 
Veale. 


.=. . . . s. of ... . 
Codriugton. 

organ. 




Alice d. and heire ux 


Davey Mathew of Glam 



A testimony of this match apereth hy ioden- 
tures of covenant of the mariag yett extant under 
the hand and seale of the said Erie, by letters 
written by the hand of the reverend ffather Mor- 
ton Cardinall, also by the armes of the Erie im- 
paled w* Poyntz on the top of a Chappell near 
Bristowe where they lye buried. 



S"' Rob.=pMargerett naturale Morris. 



Poyntz 
Knight 
ob. 12 



2. John 
Poyntz. 



I I 
4. Edward. 



5. Nicholas. 



Margerett. 



d. of AnthonyWod- 

viU Erie Rivers. Thomas. 



Katherin 
ux. S' 
Owin 
Perot. 



I I 

Elizebeth ux. Ann 

Nicholas "Weekes ux. John 

of Dnrstley. Welsh. 



1. S"" Anthony Poyntz= 
Knt. ob. 26 H. 8. 



^Elizebeth d. and one of the heires of S"" W" 
of the com. Devon. 



Nicholas Poyntz=pJone d. 



2. Gyles. Margerett ux. S'^ Mary ux. S"" Ed- 
Knight ob. 4 Phi'p of Tho. — John Newton of ward Gorge of 
and Mary. lord 3. fferdinando. Est Hartrey in Wroxall in com. 
Barkley. com. Som. Som. 



ffi-ancis=Jane d. and 

Pointes. heire of 

Stanter. 



Jane ux. John Semer 
of IFrampton in com. 
Gloster, 



Ann ux. S'' Tho. ffrances vx. S"' 

Henadge of John Barkley 

Copthall iu of BeVston 

Essex. Castell. 



I 
Anthony 
Pointes. 



S'' Nicholas Pointes Knight=f=Anne d. of S'' Ralph 
m. to his 2 wiffe Margerett d. to I Verney of Pcnley in 
ye Erie of Darby. =p com. HertfTord. 

I _J 

Edward. Hugh. S'' John='Vrsula d. of John Syden 
PoJ^ltes. ham of Brimpton in 
com. Som. 1 wiffe. 



William Pointes. 



John Pointes. 



Mary ux. ffrancis Cod- 
riugton of fframpton vpon 
Severne com. Gloster. 



130 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



^o^th 



Harl. MS. 1041, fP. 9* 



Arms. — Quarterly of eight — 1, Barry of eight or and gules, Poyntz ; 2, Azure, three 
cinquefoils or, Baedolfe ; 3, Azure, three escallojjs or, Mallett ; 4, Qtiar- 
terly per fess indented argent and azure, Acton ; 5, Paly of six or and azure, 
on a fess gules three mullets argent [w-i], Clanvowe ; 6, Quarterly gules and 
or, a bend argent, Fitznichol ; 7, Argent, a fess between three boars passant 
sable, HuDDEFBiLD ; 8, Vert, a chevro7i between three roses or, 
. — 1, A hand clenched issuing from clouds all 'proper ; 2, A Pegasus courant 
argent, -winged gules ; 3, A pine-tree proper, fructed or. 



Michell qui genus ducitu {^sicy 
a Keso principe South "Walia \_sic']. 



Resius Vicliaii.^p 
I 



Phillippus fil.: 
Resi Junior. 



Hardinge gubernator villa= 
de Bristolia A° 4 H. 1. 



Meurlcus fil. Rhes( 
filij Philippi [_sic\. 



Rob'tus filius Hardingi= 
d'n's de Barkley. 



Howelus= 

filius 

Meurici 

equestris 

ordinis 



Wido sive Guido= 
filius TeccB. 



Helena ux. 
Rogeri filij 
primogeniti 
d'n's Rogeri 
de Barkley 
deDoursley. 



Alicia fil. 1 
ux. Mauritij 
filij Robert! 
filij Hard- 
inge de 
Barkley. 



Nicholaus= 
filius 
Rob'ti 
filij Hard- 
inge. 



Phiiippus fil. Howeli 
miles s.p. 



"Will'mus fil. Howeli= 
filius 2. 



=Ala [Alicia 
— Hari.1041, 
fo. 46] filia 
et una here- 
dum Widoni 
filij Tecse. 



W Refus fil. 
Howeli. 



Helena filia et 
una heredum 
Widoni filij 
TecEB ux 



Johannes cognoiat* 
Clanvowe miles. 



Philippus= 

Clanvowe 

miles. 



=PhiJippa 



Nicholaus filius Rogeri duxit 
Sibellam hered' Mauricij de 
Elmer qui obijt 46 H. 3. =r 



Matildis vxor . 
Cifrewast. 



Johannes Cifre- 
wast miles. 



I I I 

Agnes vxor .... Phipkina vxor Radulphus fil.= 
Saylarnes. ^ .... Clement. Nicholas. 



Johannes Clement de 
Carvan [Corran — 
Harl. 1041, fo. 46]. 



Nicholaus filius Rad'i=rMatildis ' 
ob. A" 6 E. 2. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



131 



Johanna . . . .=rJohannes filius Nicholai miles obijt A" 44 E. 3.=Eua 
vxor I"'. I . . • . 

Reginaldus ffitzaichol obijt virente patre.=p 



Tlio. ffitznicholl ob. 5 et 6 E. 3. dux [sic'] Agnetam=rMargareta fil. et her. 
.... mortuam ante maritum vx. 2. I obijfc ante 13 H. 4. 



Hugo Poinez.= 



Hugo d'n's Bardolfe.- 



Nicholaus Poinez.= 



Robertus d'n's Hugo Bardolfe qui=p 
Bardolfe obijt in vita fratris 

ob. s.p. sui. 



Hugo= 
Pointz. 



Gilbertus Mallett= 
d'n's et Baro de 
Cory Mallett. 



I ! 



Ill I I 

Matildis. Juliana neptis et una=pNicholaus "Will'us Mallett^ 

hered' Rob'to d'n's Pointz. d'n's et Baro de 

Cecilia. Isolda. Bardolfe. Cory Mallett. 



Hugo Pointz iniles= 
obijt ante an'um 
suum 5 H. 3. 



■Helewisia soror= Robertus "Will'mus Mallet 
et her' "Will'i Muchgros d'n's et Baro de 
Mallett. 2 maritus. Cory Mallett s.p. 



Nicholaus Pointez d'n's et Baro=pElizabeth da. to W" Zouche and Johannes= 
de Cory Mallett ob. A" 1 E. 1. I Milisent da. to ... . Monhalt. Acton. 



Hugo Pointz miles- 
d'n's et Baro de 
Cory Mallet obijt 
A" 1 E. 2. 



=Margarett da. 
to Walter 
Paynell Lord 
of Brooke (?) 
in WUtsh. K. 
of the Garter. 



Helena=p Johannes Acton=Sibilla relicta 
miles obijt Walteri 

anno 6 E. 2. Baskervill 

vxor 2. 



Elizabetha=rNicholas=r 


fiUa 


Poygnez 


Endonis 


miles 


la Zouch 


dominus 


et su£e 


et Baro 


comugis 


de Cory 


Mihcenta 


Mallett 


de Monte- 


obijt 


alto. 


5E. 2. 


c 


D 



Matildis vxor 2 
qurs rennpta 
ftiit Rogero 
Chandos cui 
peperitThomam 
et ob. 35 E. 3. 



Johannes Acton=rMili- 
de Iron Acton in ceuta 
com. Gloucestr. .... 



Johanna 
vxor 
Raudol- 
phi .... 



Johannes de Acton miles==: Johanna 
obijt A" 36 E. 3 s.p. .... 



132 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



^L 



Hugo= 
Pointz 
d'n's 
et 

Baro 
de 

Cory 
Mallet 
ob.A" 
11E.3. 



=Margareta Nicholaus 
filWalteri Pointz 



Paynell de 
Brooke in 

com. Wilts 
militis. 



rector 
ecclesife 
St<= Wer- 
burgte de 
Hoo in 
com. 
Kane. 



Marga- 
reta 

quse 
obijt 
A" 50 
E. 3. 



= Joli'es Pointz: 
miles filius 
Nicholai et 
Matildis ob. 
A° 40 E. 3. 



=Elizabetha 
filia 

Philippi et 
consau- 
guinea et 
una hered' 
Tho. Clan- 
vowe mili- 
tis. 



Johannes 
Clan- 
vowe 
miles. 



Johannes Clanvowe 
miles ob. s.p. 

Thomas Clanvowe 
miles ob. s.p. 



Nicholaus= 
Pointz 
miles 
d'n's et 
Baro de 
Cory 
Mallet 
ob.42E.3. 


pElianora 
fiha 
Joh'is 
Erleghe 
mihtis. 


Hugo Poygnz Johanna. Anna=Robertus=rCatherma 

2 fihus. Pointz filiaetuna 

— vxor ob. 15 heredum 
"Walterus Poyntz 1. Junij Thomse 

3 filius. circa ffitznichol 

— 17 H. 6. vxor 2. 
Henricus Poyntz 

4 fihus. 






Thomas Pointz 
5 filius. 


fil. altera et im 
Dhannis Barry. 










1 


Marg 
Joha 


areta fil. et una hered' vxor Amicia 
tinis Newbm-ghe mil. vxor J 


1 heredum 


BlanchiE 
Johanna 


. Isabella ux.Eob'ti Thomas Pointz= 
Stanshow. Ai-. obijt 
=r 37 H. 6. 


=Jocosa relic ta 
Hare- 
well. 


Mam-itius 
Pointz. 




Rob'tus Stanshow. 






erina vxor 
i GreuOl 
ieBan- 


Ellena 
mouistr' 
apud 
Shaskley 


Robertus=Sibilla Isabella ux. 
Pointz .... Eic'i fforste 
ob. A° de Sodbeiy 
10 E. 4 in com. 
s.p. Glouc. 


J- 
Ahcia ux. 

Johannis 

Cresseley. 


Cat] 
Ead 
Ar. 
bury 



Elizabetha filia=pNicholas Pointz= 
Henrici Husscy | Ar. ob. 39 H. 6. 
de com. Sussex. 

G 



=Elizabetha filia Ed'r'i Mill de com. Gloucester 
militis. 
Arms. — Ermine, a millrind Azure. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



133 



^l 



Alice ux. 

Morris 

Dennis. 



Elizabeth 
a nnn at 
Shaftes- 
bury. 



Henrey Poyntez=pElizabeth 

yong' son. da. to 

Baldwiue. 



Joanne vx. Margarett vx. 
William John Lisley 

Codington, of Sussex. 



Hugh= 
Den- 



:. . . . da. to 

Richard 
Roos 
brother 
to the 
L. Roos. 



Jamie. 



Isabell ¥X. 
Raynborn 
Mathew 
in South 



of Essex 
obijt A" 
1500. 



^Elizabeth 
sister to 
S'' John 
Shawe 
Maior of 
London. 



Beautrix 
ux. John 
Cheeke 
of Deb- 



John Poyutes 
ob. s.p. 
A° 1548. 



=. . . . da. to 
.... Isacke 
of Bucking- 
hamsh. 



Thomas =p Anna fiha et 
Poyutes I heires .... 
fratr' et Calva a 
heires. German. 



Robart=^. . . . daught' 
Cheeke to Richard 
of Deb- Crayford. 



Gabrell =pAdi-ia3 filia 
Poyntes I Pettri 
ar. Cuttes. 



Fardiuando= 
Poyntes 
2" filius. 



:EUzabetha filia 
Sauren ( ?) John- 
son of Flintsh. 



Suzanne ux. S"' Rich. 
Saltonstall K. Lord 
Maior of London. 



Thomas Poyntes. Kathareu. 



Humfridus=. . . . filia et 
Poyntz heires .... 

ob. A" Pollard. 

3H. 7. 



Johannes=pAlicia filia .... Cocks of Bristow. 



Poyntz 
Ar. ob. 
5 E. 4. 



Arms. — Argent, a betid sa., 
sinister chief a [? trefoil'] az. 



VIor- Anne 


Rober-=i 


=Margareta 


Thomas 


Ehza- 


Will's Hudde-n 


=Mar- 


icius 1 ux. 


tus 


filia 


Pointz 


beth 


feild militis. 


gareta 


}. Edward 


Pointz 


[natura- 


filius 2 


uxor 


Arms.— 


filia 


Yard- 


miles. 


lisi] 


duxit 


Rob'ti 


Quarterly — 1 


Phil- 


ley 




Anthony 


relictam 


Veale 


and 4, Arg., a 


hpi 


2«y to 




WideviU 


Dommi 


2«y to 


fesseletw. three 


Court- 


Robert 




Co. Rivers 


fferrers 


Tho- 


hoars passant 


ney. 


Buck- 




et Gwen- 


de Chart- 


mas 


sable;2a7id3, 




ley of 




Hna3 filia 


ley et ob. 


Cod- 


Vert, a chev. 




Hampsh 




WiU'i 
Stradlinge. 


17 H. 7. 


rmg- 
tou. 


betw.three roses 
or; impalingOr, 
three torteaux, 
a label of three 
points az. 





According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



134 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Mil 

Catherina uxor Audveni 
Perot militis. 

Anna vxor Johannis 
"Walshe militis. 

Elizabetlia vxor Nich'i 
Wales [WeekesdeDursleyi]. 

Margai'eta vxor Joh'is 
S' Lowe militis. 



Anthonius- 
Pointz 
miles 
ob.26H.8. 



•Elizabetlia filia 
et una hered' 
Will'i Hudde- 
feild militis 
[de com. 
Devon!]. 



J| 

Catherina altera 
filiar'etheredum 
uxor Edmund 
baronis Carewe. 



2. Egidius 
Poiutz. 



Nicholaus=FJana 



Pointz < 

Acton 

miles 

obijt 

Set 4. 

Phil, et 

Mar. 



fil. 

Tho. 

d'ni 



3. fifer- 
dinando 

Poyntz. 



Margareta ux. 
Johannis 
Newton 
militis [de 
Hartrey in co. 
Somerset^] . 



Maria vxor 
Edwardi 
Gorges 
[Gorge^] 
mil. [de 
Wroxhall 
in CO. 
Somerset!]. 



1 

[3.!] ifranciscus 
Pointz miles 


Humfridus 


Catherina fih^ 


pJohannes 


Pointz. 


Mathffii 


Pointz 


duxit Janam 


— 


Browne mil. 


2 filius 


fil. Mathffii 


[4.1] Edwardus. 


[de Bech- 


ob. 36 


Browne mil. 





worth in 


H. 8. 




[5.1] Nicholaus 
Pointz. 


CO. Surrey^]. 











=Margareta fil. 
Nicholai Saun- 
ders de Charle- 
wood. 

Arms. — Sa., a 
chev. erni. letw. 
three bulls' heads 
cahossed arg. 



Nicliolaus=pWinifreda fil. et Alicia ilx. Elizabetha 

[Matheusi] \ una hered' Johannis vxor 

Poyntz de AVyld de com. Skinner Georgij 

Alderley Surrias. de Rigate Eliot civis 

in com. Arms. — Ar- in com. et pan- 

Gloc. gent, two bends Surr. narij 

Arms. — gules, on each London. 

Barry of three crosses- 
eight or crosslet or. 
and gules. 



Will'us Poyntz de Eygate 
in com. Surr. duxit Ehza- 
betham fil. et vnam 
hssred' ThomaB Newdi- 
gate. 

Arms. — Barry of eight 
or andgules; imp.Oules,a 
clievron betw. three lions' 
gambs erased argent. 



Nicholaus Poyntz 
[de .... duxit 
Anna filia Mau- 
ritii Berkley de 
CO. Somerset 
fil. 11]. ^ 



Johannes Thomas Poyntz=p[Elizabetha 
Poyntz [de Alderley filia Ed'r'i 
[deWallia filius secundus Basset de 
filius 3 1]. nunc de Vly in Vlith in 

com. Glouces- co. Glo.i] 

triaji]. L 

' According to official record ia the Heralds' 



Mathasus 
Pointz. 



I "I 
Anna. 

Mar- 
gareta. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEKSHIRE. 



135 



[Robertus.i] [Elizab.i] 



[Matheiis setatis 21 
annor' 1623.^] 



[Thomas.i] [Ellza- 
— betha.i] 

[Josephus.''] 

[Johannes.i] 



ffranciscus Poyntz 
2 iilius duxit 
Janam fil. et her. 
.... Slawter 
[Slautei-i]. 



Anthonius Anna filia=i=Nicliolaus Poyntz=pMargareta filia 
Poyntz 3. Radulphi miles superstes | Ed'r'i Stanley 

Varney ' " ' "" " 

[Verney] 

mil. de 

Penley 

in com. 

Hertf. 



miles superstes | Ed'r 
A° 1580 [de Ireu ; [de]co.Darbi£c 
Acton^]. I qu» ob. 1585 

[relicta Job 'is 



[Elizabetha filia=pJobannes Poyntz= 
et hjeres Alex- de Acton armiger 
andri Sidden- duxit Vrsulam 
ham de Lux- filiam Joh'is 
borow in com. Sydenham de 
Somersett com. Somerset 

uxor 2.1] [uxor prima sine 

prole^] . 



=[Grisse]l filia 

Koberts 

de com.Cauc. 
uxor 4^1] 



Maria. 



I I I 
[2.1] Edward^ 
nat^ 1576. 

[3.1] Hugo. 

[4.1] Eobertus. 



[Elizabetha uxor Tho. 
D' Thurles fil. et 
hferedis coraitis 
Ormundise.i] 



[Robert Poyntz=i=[Francisca filia et 
ar. fil. et cohgeres Geruatii 
hjeres.i] Gibbons de Ben- 
enden com. Can- 
tii.i] 

[1. Grissel.i] [2. Margareta.i] 



[Dorothea ux. Jo. 
GiflTord de White- 
ladies in com. 
Stafford.i] 



Johannes 
Poyntz 4 



obijt sine prole. 



"Will'mus 
Poyntz 
5 filius. 



I I I 

Jana fil. 1 Amia fil. 2 vxor Francisca 

vxor Thomte Heneage ux. Johannes 

Joh'is Sey- Thesaurarij Barkeley 

moure [de Camera Reginse de Beverston 

Frampton*]. Elizab. [de Cupt- militis. 

hall in co. Essexi] 

ob. 1593. 



Moylus ffinch filius et hisres Thomse^ 
ffinch de com. Kant, militis. 



=Elizabetha unica filia 
Tho. Heneage militis. 



Theophilus. Anna. Heneagius. Thomas natus 1578. Johannes. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* For Notes to this Pedigree see p. 13G. 



136 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 



prtte* 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 



Arms. — Argent, a cross between four pheons azure (" to John p' C. Cooke 
16 Q. Eliz."). 



Gregory Price of Kings Barton neare Bristowe in com. Grloster.=p 
^1 

John Price of Kings Barton in com. Gloster to whom=p Alice d. of . . . . Brayne of 
y^ armes was past. Stapleton in com. Gloster. 



I 
William Price of Kings Barton and=f=Blanch d. of Nicholas Townley of Royle in 



of the Inner Temple Redes there in 
Lent Reading trecimo [sic'] quinto 
Elizabetha. 



com. Lank, by Anne d. of S'' Hugh 
Vaughan of Littleton in com. Midlesex 
Captain of Garnsey and Gersey 2 H. 8. 



John Price of Kings Barton and= Jane d. and coheire of Richard Watsonn Docter 

of the Inner Temple 1638. of Divinity and Rector of S' Mary Aldermary 

in London. 



Notes to Pedigree of Poyntz : see p. 135. 



Uley. 










1672. 
1671. 
1696. 


Martha Pointes, gent., da. of Tho. Pointes, 
Matthew Poyntz, gent., 
Joseph Poyntz, gent., 




bur. 3 May. 
„ 25 April. 
„ 7 April. 


h 


1571. 
1572. 
1574. 

1575. 
1577. 
1578. 


M' [sic] Matthew Poyntz 

Ales Poyntz 

Eatherine Poyntz 

M" Katherine Poyntz 

Edward Poyntz 

Joan Poyntz 

M" Winifred Poyntz, wife of M-- Matthew Poyntz 




bap. 27 Jan. 

„ 8 Feb. 

„ 7 April, 
bur. 3 July, 
bap. 7 May. 

„ 29 Sept. 
bur. 30 June. 


• P.K. 


Iron Acton. 








1624. 
1629. 
1632. 
1637. 
1665. 


Nicholas, s. of Nicholas Poyntz, Esq., 
Isaaok Bromwich, Esq., and Ann Poyntz 
Thomas Gorges, Esq., and Marg", da. of Sir Eob't 
Lady Frances Poyntz 
Sir Eobert Poyntz 


Poyntz, 


bur. 4 Nov. 
mar. 3 Feb. 

„ 10 Dec. 
bur. 12 March. 

„ 10 Nov. 


Ip.r. 


Cam. 










1674. 


Francis Manning of Minchin Hampton and Ann 
of Uley, widow. 


^oyntz 


mar. 22 Oct. 


B.T. 


Awre. 










1591. 


John, s. of Thomas Poynte, 




bap. 9 May. 


B.T. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 137 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 103*. 
Arms. — Sahh, three lions rampant argent. 

Crest. — A demi-Uon rampant-guarda^it argent, collared and lined or, issuing out of 
a ducal coronet of the first. 

.... Prowze [Prousei] of Tiverton in com. Devon.=p 
. ^1 

John Prowze of Slaughter innrJoyce [Jocosai] d. of . . . . Rainsford [Reinsforde^] 
com. Gloster yonger sonn. of Clifford in com. Gloster. 



Silvester Provpze of=pAllice d. of John Slaughter Henry Prowze=j=. . . . d. of , 
Slaughter 1623. of Slaughter in com. [de Slaughter 1 Freman. 

Gloster. 2 fihusi]. 



[1.1] EUenor ux. [2.i] Anne ux. [3.^] Sara. Edward Prowze=. . . . d. 

Arther Rolls of . . . . S' George — of .... in com. of ... . 

Alvington in [Georgii More- [4.1] Frances. Lincoln. Turner, 

com. Gloster. crofte de King- 

hami]. 



1. Charles Prowze=pElezebeth d. of Richard Hubband of Ipsley in 2. Richard, 
of Slaughter. I com. Warwick Esq"". 

I i \ ri 

John Froze [setatis 12 annor' 2. Charles. 3. Rusle [Rad'us^]. Ann. 
hoc anno 1623i]. — 

Elizabeth, 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 39"; 1543, fo. 32. 

Arms. — Per pale argent and gules, a lion rampant sable. 

Crest. — An antelope's head erased per fesse or [argent — Harl. 1041] and gules, 
attired argent [or — Harl. 1041]. 

William Roberts.=f [ Bushohne— Harl. 1543.] 

WUliam Roberts of Stanton Lacy in com. Salop.=p. . . . filia [. . . . Peneston— 

I Harl. 1543]. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' 



138 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



John Koberts Thomas Eoberts= 
ob. s.p. 2 Sonne. 



William Roberts of Burway=pJane d. of 
in com. Salop. Gomond. 



.... a dau. and heire uxor ... 
Acton of the Hill in com. Salop. 



John Roberts of= 
Ashef orde in com. 
Salop. 



^Margaret d. of Richard 
Johnson, Sergeant-at-Ai-ms 
to Prince Arthur. 



Margaret uxor Joyce uxor John 
Peter See. Blanchard. 



Catherin uxor 
Bartholomew Cook. 



Alice. 



Jane. 



Thomas— Alice d. of "William= Elizabeth Edmond=Jone d. of PhiUip 

Roberts of John Crick- Roberts d. of .... Roberts Dawkins, relict of 

Bristow, land, widow 3 sonne. Whitton of 4 sonne. Tho. ap Rice. 

Coustomer. of William Whitton. 
Davis. 



ohn '. 



Richard John Roberts of 
5 sonn Bristoll and 
B.p. Wysterley in 

com. Gloc. 



-Mary d. of William 
Chester of Bristow. 



Henry=f=Elizabeth d. to Robert 
Roberts I Baynham of Yate in 
7 sonne. com. Glouc. 



I I 

/■alter. 



Thomas. 



John Roberts^f^Margaretafiliap" EKzabeth Mary uxor Thomas 

and heire Nob (?) Boteler, uxor John John Roberts, 

[modo sup'stes soror Walter Sackville Slocombde Vide 

— Harl. 1543]. Com. Ormond Esq. Bristow. Lester. 
[mod' sup'stitis ^ 

—Harl. 1543]. 



Thomas [Roberts=pSusanna filia Tho. Johannes Catherina uxor Maria, 
of Westerley in Grubb de Potterne 2 filius. Francis Knight — 

com. Glouc.i]. in com. Wilts. de Bristoll. Elizabetha. 



Joh'es £et. 2 annor' 1623. 



P.R. 



1 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
St. Briavels. 
1754. John Roberts, gent., bur. 30 March " 

1767. M" Anne Roberts ,, i March _ 

Longhope. 

1820. William Roberts, of the College Precincts, Gloucester, and 

Mary Ann Probyn, spinster, of this parish, by licence, mar. 9 Nov. P.R. 
Quedgley. 
1661. M' Giles Robertes bur. 11 March. P.R. 

[ Continued next page. 



TflE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 139 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 110 ; 1543, fo. 156. 

Arms. — Argent, three stags siaiant sable, attired and unguM or, a chief azure. 
Crest. — A stag's liead sable, attired or, in the mouth an acorn of the last, stalked and 
leaved vert. 

Elchard Eogers of the Citty of Bristow.=T=Ellenor .... 



Kobert Eogers of Catcott in com. Somerset=pEllenor d. and sole heire of Danyell 
Alderman of Bristow. I Cooper of Bath. 

Sir Eichard=. . . . d. of Si^ Henry EUenor ux. Eichard Sarah ux. Eachell 

Eogers of Martin of London Brodway of London Henry [filia tertia 

Eastwood in Knt., Judg of the [Civis Lond.^J. BiUingsley ad hue 

com.Gloster. Prerogative Courte Esq. virgoi]. 

of Canterbery. 



ig. ^P.E. 
t. ) 



Coll. Arm. MS. C. 17, fo. 153". 

Entered by order of Chapter as appeareth in the Booke of Orders. 

These are to certifie and declare that I Eichard Eogers of Bryanstone in the 
Countye of Dorcett Esqr. doe acknowledge Mi^ WMam Eogers of Dowdeswell in the 

Brockworth. 

1808. Wmiam Eoberts, M.D., bur. 5 Oct. P.R. 
Sandhurst. 

1638. M' Thomas Eoberts and M" Hester Bell mar. 7 Oct. 

1639. William, s. of Thomas Eob'ts, gent., and Hester his wife, bap. 25 Aug. 
16il. Eichard, s. of Thomas Eoberts, gent., and Hester his wife, „ 31 Oct. 

Cowley. 

1637. Jane, d. of Kalph Eoberts, Clerk (Eector), bap. 23 April. B.T. 

Arlingham. 

1677. Eobert Eoberts and AUis Eowles mar. 6 Oct. B.T. 

Euardeane. 

1735. William Eoberts and Mary Brayne mar. by banns 8 June. \ -om 

1767. John Eoberts of this parish and Mary Brain mar. 12 Feb. j •■'• 

St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

175-. Anthony Eoberts and Mary Vaughan, both of Euardeane, mar. 16 Feb. B.T. 
Flaxley. 

1665. William Eoberts of Clowerwall and Ann Hardwick of 

Walford mar. 15 May. B.T. 

Newnham. 

1679. John Eoberts and Joanna Aram mar. 14 Sept. P.E. 

1 According to oiEcial record in the Heralds' College. 

2 This pedigree is in neither Harl. MSS. 1041 nor 1543, 



140 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIBE. 



Coimtie of Gloucester gent, to bee branched and descended out of my ffaniily from 
a younger sonne. And I shall alow that the said William Eogers and his ffamily of 
Dowdeswell may beare the armes of my ffamilie usinge the due differences 
accordinge to the Lawes of Armes and Customes of the Kingdome. In Wittness 
wherof I have hereunto sett my hand and scale the 27 day of June Anno 1634. 

Ric. Rogers. 

Seal (very indistinct). — Arms : Three spear-heads. Crest : A horse statant. 

I George Essex of Edmundsham in the County of Dorsett gent, doe make oath 
that the above-named Richard Rogers did seale and subscribe this p'nte instrument 
the day and yeare aboue written. 28° Junii 1634. Jq_ Mtchell. 



Joh'es Fitz Roger de Bryanstone.' 



Joh'es Fitz Roger=f=Anna filia et coheres .... Echingham 
miles. I mihtis, vidua D'ni de Audeley. 



Hemricus Rogers miles.=pAnna : 



D'ni de Stourton. 



Richardus Rogers de com. Gloucestris junior=j=Johanna filia .... Mauncell 
filius Henrici Rogers mihtis. de com. Gloucestrise. 



"Will'mus Rogers de Dowdeswell=pEleanora fiha .... Taynton 
in com. Gloucestrite. I de com. Wigornije. 



Anna filia=i='Wiirmus Rogers^ 



Walteri 
Compton 
de com. 
Gloucest. 

Dorothea uxor 
Jo. Higford 
de Dickston 
in com. Glouc. 



filius et '. 



Katherina filia Johannes Rogers=pBlanch dau'r 
W"* Hobby de de Sandwell in of Roger 
Hales ar. com. Glouc. Fletcher of 

uxor s'c'da. filius tertius. Lancashu-e 

gent. 



"Wiil'mus~Philippa 



Rogers de 
Dowdes- 
well fil. et 
hseres. 



filia 
Walteri 
Sauuage 
de Brad- 
way in 
com. 
Wigorn. 



Thomas 



Richard 



Will 



iam Rogers=pElizabeth 



of SandweU 
Sonne and here 
of John. 



Donne Rogers of 
Dowdeswell 



WiUi 



John Rogers 
3 Sonne. 



Elizaijeth. 
Mary. 



Philip. 
Francis. 



dau'r of 
Anth. 
Lawrance 
of the 
county of 
Glouces- 
ter. 



Elizabeth 
Rogers. 



Whittington. 
1712. M' Anthony Lawrence and '. 
mar. 30 Nov. P.E. 



' Elizabeth Eogers, both of y" parish of Dowdeswell, 



fHE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



141 



iK.cicjers* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 89" ; 1543, fo. 101". 

. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, a chevron between three lucks courant sahle, 
attired or; 2 and 3, {Argent, three torteaux}'\ 



. . . . d. and coheire of 'William=pTliomas Rogers of=p d. of Courtney 

Besill of Bradfford in com. I Bradfford in com. of Powderham in com. 
Wilts 1 wiflfe. Wilts. Devon 2 wifFe. 



William Rogers of=rJoane d. of John Horton of 
Bradfford. I Foord [Ifordi] in com. Wilts. 



2. John Rogers of Sutton=f= 
Vallens [Valence^] in com. 
Kent. 



[Johannes Roger de Sutton Valince.^ 



Coppinger. 



Radolphus Roger de Sutton.=pMargeria filia Will'i GouldweU. 
\ 



Xpoferus Roger de^p Alicia iil. Hen. Isley Ric'dus Roger Decanus Cantuar.= 
Sutton. militis. 



Xpoferus Roger de com. Cantii. Franciscus Roger Sacra Theologi^ Doctor.^] 



2. Henry=p 



[Rogerusi]= 



1. Anthony=pDorothy d. of 



Rogers. 



Emley of Canings in 
com. Wilts. 



Etheldred ux. Ceceley 
.... Hawkins, ux. Rob. 

Martin. 



I I I 

Anthony=i=Anne d. of 2. Richard. 
Rogers. Thom. — 

Wroughton. 3. Ambrose 



Isold ux. Dorothy 
Thom. ux. W'm 
South. Westbury. 



John Rogers.=pAllice d. of Thomas Laughton Dorothy d. and heire ux. 

[Langstoni ; Longden — Harl. Thom. [Johanisi] Hall of 

1041] of Littell Hampton in com. Bradfford in com. Wilts. 
Worster. 



Emanuel Rogers of^p 
Evesham [p'mus I 
filiusi]. 



2. John Rogers of=f Dorothy d. of John Stiles of 



Purton" in the Citty 
of Gloster. 



Ellingham in Norffolk. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' Colleg 
2 In the parish of Churchdown. 



142 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIIlil. 

A| Bj 



[1.1] John Rogers. Frances. Tanffeld Rogers Margarett ux. Mary ux. Richard 

— 20 yere old John Holman Selwin. 

[2.1] Henry Rogers. 1623. iguobilis. — 

* Philedelphia. 



Earl. MS. 1543, fo. 118. 

Arms. — Per chevron sahle and ermine, in chief two hoars' heads couped close [ori], 

an annulet [or^] for difference. 
Crest. — A hoar's head couped close [or^], the hilt of a broken sivord issuing from the 

mouth, \llade proper, hilt or}'\ 

.... Sandford of .... in com. Sallop.=f= 



John Sandford of Stonehowse in com. Gloster.=j= 
^1 

Will'm Sandford of Stonehowse.=f=Dorothay d. of . . . . Bassett [of Vlye^]. 



Jane d. of Ric. Bridges of ='W"ill'm Sandford of=f=Mary d. of Hen. 2. Thomai 

Wotton in com Lennard Stanley in Machin of — 

com. Gloster. Gloster Citty. 3. Henry. 



Mary ux. Margery. Dorothey. Will'm Sandford 2. John. 3. William. 
Thomas — 23 yere old 1623. — 

Rosse. Jane. + 4. Richard. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* Churchdown. 

1612. . Anne, d. of William Eodgers, bap. 31 May. ~1 

„ Henry Eodgers bur. 1 June. | 

„ Thomas Eodgers „ 12 March. S-B.T. 

1616. Frances Eodgers „ 1 Sept. 

1617. Elizabeth Eodgers, d. of William Eodgers, bap. 7 Feb. J 

f Variation of Pedigree in official record : 

William Sandford of Stonehowse.=f=Dorothay d. of . . . . Bassett of Uley. 

Anselmus Sandford de Lenai-d Stanley^Maiia filia Henrici Machin de Civit 
in CO. Glouc. Gloucest. 

Thomas WiU'mus Sandford de Lennard Stanlye=prane filia Eic'i Bridges de Henricus 
2 fil. predict. fiUus 2 [sic] sup'stes 1623. Wotton in com 3 sonne. 

Maria ux. Tho. Marga. Dorothy. Anselmus Sandford filius Johannes 3. WiU'mus. Jana. 
Eose. primogenitus setatis 23 2 filius. — 

annor'm 1623. 4. Eic'us, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 



143 



!)antips. 



Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 73^ 



I. — Quarterly — 1, Or, afesse dancettee hetiveen three crosses-crosslet fitchee gutes, 
in chief a crescent; 2, Per /esse gules and azure, a tower argent; 3, Argent, 
a bend engrailed sable, a crescent for difference ; 4, Argent, a chevron gules 
between ten martlets sable, four, two, one, two, and one; 5, Or, a cross 
engrailed gules, in dexter chief a martlet vert; 6, Argent, on a bend sable 
three martlets or ; 7, Azure, a fesse between two chevrons or ; 8, Ermine, on 
a chief azure three liotis rampant or ; 9, Azure fretty argent, on a chief or two 
mullets gules ; 10, Argent, semee of fleurs-de-lis azure; 11, Ermine, a cross 
voided [^wfesi] ; 12, Argent, three bears' heads erased sable, muzzled .... 
Crest. — A griffin segreant or. 



Eobert 



I 
William Sandys of Hawkeshead com. Lancaster.^ 



George Sandys.=pMargaret d. of . . . . Deson. 



Myles Sandys of Latimers in com. Buck. 1=' son.- 



I 
S"' Edwin Sandys- 
eldest son of 
Latimers in com. 
Buck. 



William Sandys Myles 2 sc 

eldest son died with- 

(called out issue. 

Goulden 

Sandys) 

died s.p. 



-. . . . d. and 

heire of ye 



I I 

Henry Sandys S'^WUliam Sandys=f=Margaret d. 



3 son of the 
county of 
Bucks. 



of Musar- 
den in com. 
Gloster. 



and sole heire 
of Walter Gul- 
peper of Han- 
bury in com, 
Osonia. 



Henry 



3 son of the Vine=r Jane d. • 



in com. Southampton hath issue 
sons and das. This Henry was 
killed in K. Charles the first 
service at the battle of Alsford in 
com. Hampshire 1643. 



S^ William 
Sandys of 
Musarden 
in com. 
Gloster. 



William Sandys eldest son of Hen. of the Vine com. South'ton. 



S' Myles Sandys=pMary d. of S'' 
of Musarden in John Hanbury 
com. Gloster of Kellmersh in 

eldest son. com.North'ton. 



William Sandys = 
2 son hath issue 
sons and das. 



of Steede 
Hill in com. 
Kent. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



Thomas 3 son 
of S'' Wm. of 
Musarden. 



144 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIEE. 



"William Sandys of=f=Elizabeth d. of S' 
Musarden in com. Steven Somes of 
Gloster eldest son. Hayden in com. 
Cambr. 



Mary daughter of William. 



Edward 
2 son. 



Mary d. of S'' Myles mar. to 
Nicho. Stewart of Hartley 
Mawdit in com. South'ton. 



Nicholas. 



Marye. 



^abage. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 117" ; 1543, fo. 120. 

—{Quarterly of twelve — 1, Argent, six lions rampant sable, three, two, and one; 
2, Gules, a chevron between three martlets argent ; 3, Argent, a pale fusily 
sable ; 4, Argent, a cross fleurij sable ; 5, Gntes, a cross m-mine ; 6, . . . . on 
a bend three stags' heads .... iti chief a crescent for difference ; 7, Or, on a 
chief indented azure three plates ; 8, Gules, three crosses-crosslet fitchee or, a 
chief of the last; 9, Or, a chevron gules between three martlets sable; 10, Or, 
two ravetis sable; 11, Or, three piles issuing from the chief gules, a canton 
ermine; 12, Azure, three lions passatit argent}^ 
. — lOut of a ducal coronet or a lion's gamb sable?-'\ 

John Savage of Eock=pCatherine d. of Thom. 
Savage in com. Cester. I Lord Stanley. 



Sir John Savage Christopher Savage=pAnne d. and coheire of John Sta 


Knt. of the 7 sonn. | of Elfford in com. 


"Warwick. 


Garter. 


A| 




* Miserden. 




1626. 


Edward, s. of S' Myles Sandys, Knight, and Marie his 






■nnfe, 


bap. 17 Sept. 


1629. 


Margaret, d. of S' MUes Sandys, Knt., 


bur. 2 July. 


1669. 


Peter Sandys, s. of William Sandys, gent., and 






Philedelphia his wife, 


bap. 30 Oct. 


1684. 


Myles, s. of Myles Sandys. Esq., and Mary his wife. 


„ 28 Jan. 


1697. 


Myles Sandys, Esq., 


bur. 8 Dec. 


1705. 


M' Myles Sandys 


„ 27 Feb. 


1712. 


William Sandys, Esq., 


„ 7 May. 


1720. 


M"' Auhrey Sandys 


„ 14 Nov. 


1723. 


Madam Mary Sandys 


„ 5 March. 


1729. 


Winson Sandys, Esq., 


„ 8 Aug. 


1734. 


M" Alice Sandys 


„ 26 Nov. 


1745. 


M" Barbara Sandys, relict of William Sandys, Esq., 


„ 30 June. 


1754. 


Windsor Sandys, Esq., 


„ 3 Nov. 


1761. 


Browne Sandys, Esq., 


„ 22 Jan. 


1782. 


M" Elizabeth Sandys 


„ 10 March. 


1806. 


Samuel Sandys 


., 23 Oct. 


1809. 


M" Maiy Sandys 


., 31 March. 



)B.T. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



145 



A| 



Christopher Savage of Upton.=p. . . . d. of S'' Eichard Liggon Knt. 

Francis Savage of Elmeley in=rAnne d. of "William Sheldon 
com. Worster. Vide "Woi'ster. I of Besley in com. Worster. 



1. William Savage 


4. Walter=rElizabeth d. and heire 


2. John. 3. 


Anthony 


of Elmeley Castell 


Savage of | of John Hall of Idle- 


s.p. 


m com. Worster. 


Bradway cott in com. Warwick, 
in com. Arms. — Argent, an 
Worster. eagle displayed gules. 






1. Eichard 4. Anthony. Walter 5. Francis- 


FMary d. 
and heire 


[3.1] Charles=rEliza- 


Savage. 


— Savage Savage of 


Savage of 


beth 


- 6. Joh 


n. m Tedbury 


of Ed- 


Tedbury 


d.of 


2. Eafie 


Spayne in com. 


ward 


m com. 


Arthur 


Savage. 


1620. Gloster. 


Eastcourt 


Gloster 


Abbing- 






of Ted- 


1623. 


ton. 






bury. 






1 

Mary one yere 


William Savage 2. Anthony. Eliza- [Abington 1 filius 


old 1623. 


1 yere. old 1623. 


beth. ob. s.p.i 





' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
Qiiedgley. 

1737. Kev. Thos. Savage, Vicar of Standish, and Eleanor Barrow 

of the city of Gloucester mar. 

1740. Thomas Barrow, s. of Rev. M'' Thomas Savage, Vicar of 

Standish, .and Eleanor his wife, bur. 

1760. Martha, d. of the Rev. Jf Thomas Savage and Eleanor, „ 

„ The Rev. M' Thomas Savage ,, 

1762. Eleanor, wife of Rev. M' Thomas Savage, 
Norton. 

1677. Christopher Savage and Eleanor Lane mar. 

Dowdeswell. 

1614. Charles Savage, gent., and Eliz"* Abyngton mar. by licence 

1615. Savage [sie] of Charles Savage bap. 

Little Deane. 

1786. M" Elizabeth Savage bur. 

1788. Henry Savage 



22 Deo. 

18 Nov. 
17 Feb. 
27 April. 
7 Feb. 



i-P.R. 



25 July. B.T. 



21 Aug. 
i:^ July. 



I P.R. 



146 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 101 ; 1543, fo. 128. 



Arms. — Argent, on a lend cotised sahle three annuhts or within a bordure^ 

gules [impaling, Per pale sable and argent, a fleur-de-lis between tioo flaunches, 
each charged with a fleur-de-lis, all counterchanged-']. 

Crest. — Two lions'' gamhs erased or, holding a brand of wood (" ivood collor ") fired 
proper} 

John Selwia of .... in co 



[Gloc— H. 1041].^ 



Roger Selwyn of ... . 
in com. ' 



Richard Selwyn of=j=. ... d. of [Will'mi^] Harmer 
Stanley St. Leonards [et ux. sua filia Walt. Scrope 
in com. Gloster. militis"]. 



AVilliam Selwyn of King's 
Stanley. 



^Catherine d. of John Clutterbuck of Stanley 
St. Leonards. 



Jasper Selwyn= 


pMargarett d. and coheire 


Richard Selwyn=pAnne d. of [Johanne 


of Matisden in 


of Thomas Robbins and 


of Stanley Regis 


.... ux. 


com. Gloster 


of Joane his wilfe d. of 


[filius primo 




Lawrence Ric'di 


Counsellor at 


Lawrence Singleton of 


genituB^]. 




of.... Fowler.2] 


law and 


Singleton Hall in com. 






m com. 


Justice of 


Lanck. 






Gloster. 


Peace. 


Arms.— ^s the above 
impalement. 














[■'.-,' Lie' 


1 . ■William=Edith d. and 


1 1 1 
3. Thomas 


Richard=Mary d. of 





Selwyn heire of 


Selwyn. 


Selwyn. John Rogers 


[2.2] Margaret 


of Stone- Leonard 


— 


of Portons 


— 


howse in Bennett of 


4. Jasper 


[Partous2] 


[3.2] Anne. 


com. Stonehowse 


Selwyn. 


Court in the 


— 


Gloster [Ebley^]. 


— 


Citty of 


[4.3] Sarah. 


[ajtat. 27 


5. John 


Gloster. 


— 


16232]. 


Selwyn. 




[5.2] Dorothy. 








WiUiam Selwyn 


of Stanley=pJoane d. of Thomas 2. 


Richard Selwyn [uxor eius 


Regis. 


Parry. 


filia .. . .2]. 



1. "William Selwyn [setat. 15 annor' 16232]. 



I I 

2. Walter Selwyn. 3. Nathaniel. 



' In the official record there is no bordure, and the following crest is placed above the 
impalement ; A fleur-de-Us per pale argent and sable between two dolphins haurient respecting 
each other or. 

' According to official record in the Heralds" College. 

* For notes to this Pedigree see p. 147. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



147 



nw^ti). 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 59" ; 1543, fo. 71 



Arms. — Sable, a /esse letween three saltires or. " I 

with 3 (fleurs-de-lis) g." 
Crest. — Two serpents nowed and intertwined azure. 
Motto.— Chasem sa porte. 



the fess charged 



.... Smyth of Campden in com. Glocester.=p 
I 

Thomas Smyth of=pCatherine d. of George Throgmortoa Knt., 
Campden. 1 widdow of Robert Winter. 



Richai'd Smyth .=T=Mariane d. of Hugh Elston. Catherine ux. Samwell Tracie. 

1 n= 

I 



Silvanus Smyth. Mary. 



I I 

Samwell Tracie. Catherine. 



Notes to Pedigree of Selwyn : see p. 146. 

Owlpen. 

1719. John Holder and Sarah Selwjn 
Cowley. 

1668. Edward Selwin, gent., and Joanna Browninge, gen., 

Cam. 

1661. John Selwyn of Horsley and Mary Ridler 

1665. Elizabeth, d. of John and Joan Selwin, 
Frampton-on-Severn. 

1639. William, s. of M' Jasper and Elizabeth Selwyn, 

,, Thomas Selwyn 

1661. Richard Selwyn, gent., died at Frampton 23 Aug., and 

buried at Wheatenhurst 25 Aug. 

1670. Ann, d. of Eichard Selwyn, 

1674. Thomas, s. of Thomas Selwyn, 

1677. James, s. of Thomas and Margery Selwyn, 

1679. Ann, d. of Thomas Selwyn, 

„ Hannah, d. of Thomas Selwin (Inft.), 

„ Eichard, s. of Jasper Selwine and Elizabeth, 

1681. James, s. of Thomas Selwin and Margery, 
„ Ann, d. of Thomas Selwyn and Margery, 

1682. EUzabeth, d. of Jasper and Elizabeth Selwine, 
1687. Jasper, s. of Jasper and Elizabeth Selwing, 
1695. Eichard, s. of Jasper Selwyn, gent., and Joan, 

1698. Jasper, s. of Jasper Selwyn and Joan, 

1699. Thomas Eouden of Almeley, co. Hereford, and Mary Selwyn 

of Frampton 
1702. Jasper, s. of Jasper Selwyn, gent., and Joane, 
1708. Sarah, d. of Jasper Selwyn, gent., and Joane, 
Eastington. 
1663. Richard Clutterbuck and Edith Selwin 

Flaxley. 

1719. Sam. Selwyn of Westbury Parish and Jane Haines of Flaxley 

Westbury-on-Severn. 

175U Thomas Freame and Elizabeth Selwin 



mar. 24 April. 


P.R. 


mar. 10 Nov. 


B.T. 


mar. 23 Dec. 


T>a, 


bap. 17 Dec. j "•■'• 


b.ip. 4 April. ^ 




bur. 20 July. 




bap. 5 April. 




„ 12 M.arch. 




„ 21 No7. 




„ 18 May. 




bur. IS Oct. 




bap. 27 Oct. 
„ 6 Sept. 


B.T. 


„ 23 Oct. 




,, 4 April. 




„ 30 April. 




„ 9 March. 




„ 31 Oct. 




mar. 18 Feb. 




bap. 24 Nov. 




„ 23March.y 




mar. 28 May. 


B.T. 


mar. 28 Oct. 


P.R. 


mar. 5 Nov. 


B.T. 



148 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



1 1 1 

3. Paule s.p. 


2. S^Thom'as 


Elizabeth 


Anne m. 1 


1 
1. Anthony=pJoane d. of S'' 


— 


Smyth 


ux 


to Humfrey 


Smyth of 


Roger Martin 


4. Lucius 


Knight 


Walsh 


Ashfeld 2 to 


Campden 


Knight 


Smyth s.p. 


ob. s.p. 


of 


John Ash- 


1593. 


Maior of 







in com. 


feld. 




London. 


5. Daniell 




Hereford. 








Smyth s.p. 













Thomas=pElizabeth d. and coheire of Eustace Fitzherbert, widdow 
Smyth. I of Edward Smyth of Cressing Temple in com. Essex. 



Grisegond. 



I I 

John Smyth Edward Smyth 2 sonn to=Grisegon.: 
ob. s.p. S' John Smyth of Cressing 

Temple in com. Essex 1 

husband ob. s.p. 



S' Kenelme Jennor Knt. 



= An drew Jennor of Bigotts 
in Much Dunmow in com. 

Essex. 



Baronet. 



m^tb^ 



MS. C. 17, CoU. Arm. 



Arms. — [Or,i] a chevron cotised [saile^] between three roses [^wZes/] slipped [vert;^^ 
impaling, Or, oti a chevron between three cinque/oils azure, as many escallops 
argent, on a chief per pale gules and sable a griffin passant ermine, Hawkins. 

Another Coat. — The Arms of the See impaling Smyth. 



Maria ux. prima=f=ReverenduB Dominus=Elizabetha filia Eic'i Ligon 
fuit filia .... j Milo Episcopus de Maddresfeild in com. 

Hawkins de ! Gloucestrensis 1623. Wigorn. ux. s'c'da obijt 

Cardiff. i sine prole. 



Elizabetha ux. Jo. Williams 
de Cardiff gen. 



I 
Margeria ux. Jacobi Clint 
de civitati Gloucestr. 



Edward Eobertus 
Smyth Smyth 
4 filius. 3 filius. 



Gervasius Smyth Milo Smith Catherina ux. Will 
de Medio Templo filius Sutton Cancellar. 

filius et heres secundus. Dioces. Gloc. 



Margareta ux. Edmnndi 
Morgan de Guerneclepa[?] 
in CO 



These tinctures are taken from Bedford's 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



149 



mx^ti).' 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 100"; 1543, fo. 126". 

Arms. — Saik, mi a chevron engrailed between six crosses formie fitchee or as many 
fleurs-de-lis azure. 

William Smyth of Humb'sfcone^pEmott one of the 5 d. 
[Humberstone^]iiicom.Lincon. and coheires of ... . 



Thomas Smyth of Hoby= 
[Hooby-] iu com. Lester 
2 sonn. 



Joane d. of Eichard [Richard Smith 
AUayne [Alan^] of eldest sonne 
Derby. hath issue.^] 



John Smyth of Nibley=f=Mary [eldest-] d. of John Browning 
in com. Gloster. of Cowley. 



[2.3] Ursula Smyth ux. [S.^] Elizabeth ux 
Christopher Pm-nell of William Thorpe of ' 



[1.-] Mary Smyth ux. 

;tc 
Nibley, 



well in com. Gloster. 



Edward Hill of Inst 
in com. Gloster. 



I I I I I 

I. John Smyth=pAnne d. of S'' Edward 2. Thomas Smyth 3. William. 5. Rich- 



of the Midle 
Temple Utter 
Barester. 



Bromfeld Knt. Lord 
Maior of London. 



Comoner in 
Lincon Colledg 
in Oxon. 



1. Edward. 



2. John. 3. William. 



' For a full pedigree of this family see Preface to vol. i., Smyth's ' Lives of the Berkeleys,' 
edited by Sir John Maclean. (Bristol and Gloucester ArchEeological Society.) 
2 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* Deerhurst. 

1687. M.' J. Pernell of Stinchcombe and Elizabeth Smith of this "> 

parish mar J- B.T. 

1713. M" Edmund Smith bur. 3 Nov. ) 



Sherborne. 



Margaret, d. of Robert Smith, 
Alexander Pauling and Margaret Smith 



150 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIKE. 



mull 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 109" ; 1543, fo. 151". 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Per pak gules and azure, a cross fleuree or ; 2, Azure, on a 
/esse or between six arrows in lend dexter argent, barbed or [or, barbed 
argent,^} three Blackamores' heads couped in profile proper ; 2> and A:, blank ; 
over all a crescent. 

Crest. — A demi-talbot rampant gules, collared and lined or, a crescent for difference. 

Nicholas Snell of Kiiigton=^Alice d. of George Pye of the 
in com. Wilts Esq. I Citty of Oxford 1 wifFe. 



I. John Snen=pCatherine d. of John Warne- 2. Thomas^ 
of Kington. fford of Sevenhampton in Snell of 
com. Wilts Esq. Lock well. 



=Elizabeth d. of John 
Bowser of Stone in 
com. Glos. 



Thomas=j= 
Snell. 



1. Oliver Snell=rMarian d. of . . . . Eichard [2.i] Edward. 
of the Citty Pow [Powei] of [p'mus — 

ofBristow. Bristow. filius^]. [3.^] Nicholas. 



Charles Snell. 



Thomas Snell [setat. 
13 annor' 1623i]. 



5. Walter. 



2. Nicholas Snell. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 97" ; 1543, fo. 118". 



Arms. — Azure [^wfesi], two tilting-spears in saltire between four body-hearts or, on a 
chief of the last [argent^] a ship sable [proper, masted or, shrouded sable^'\. 

Crest. — A broken maimnast or, shrouds sable, in the round-top four spears in saltire, 
on the top a flag argent, thereon the cross of St. George. 



Margery [Maria^]=S"" Thomas Spert of Stybon-=Anne. Eichard Salkell al's- 

1 wiffe. heath [Stebenhith^] in com. 2 wiflfe. Seacole. 

Midlesex Comptroller of the Arms. — Vert, a lion 

ships to H. 8 buried at Sty- rampant argent. 

bonheath marid to his 3 wiffe 

Mary d. of . . . . =p 

A| B 

• According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



151 



A| 



Anne ux. Richard Spert of=j=Grissell d. and coheire of Richard Agnes 



Simon 



Thomas Kings Wood in 
Brooke. com. Wilts 
[armiger^]. 



Salkell [Raltkelli] al's Seacole of Codrington of 
Kings Wood in com. Wilts. Codrington in 

com. Gloster. 



I I I 
Thomas, 
Henry, 
Richard 



as, ■] Elizabeth, T 

, > s.p. Ursula, > i 
:d, J Grissell, J 



I 1 

Robert Spert=j=Elizabeth d. of Margerett 



of Tedbury 
in com. 
Gloster 
1623. 



Leonard Geffrey ux. Giles 

of Erles Croome Workman 

[Crombe^] in of Ireland, 
com. Worster. 



[1.1] Mary. [2.i] Grissell. [3.^] Elizabeth. 
[4.1] TheophUia 



I I I 

1. Thomas Spert 2. Robert. 
5 yere old 1623. — 

3. Gyles. 



^tepfiens. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 94" ; 1543, fo. 110''. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Per chevron azure and argent, in chief two falcons volant or , 

2, Gules, on a bend plain cotised argent a bendlet wavy azure. 
Crest. — A demi-eagle displayed or. 



. Stephe 



Edward Stephens of Estington=p 
in com. Gloster. 



..J 



Richard Stephens of the Midle 
Temple counselor. 



2. Thomas Stephens of Lyi^pyat Counsellor and=f=Elizabeth d. and coheire of 
attorney to Henery Prince of Wales and Prince I John Stone of London. 
Charles. 



Edward Stephens=pAiine d. of S"' Thom. Mary ux. Thorn. Shelley sona 

of Sodbury. Crew of Steine in com. and heire of Henery Shelley of 

Northampton [Kn' — Pacham in com. Sussex. 

Harl. 1041]. 



2. John Stephens. 3. Edward Stephens. 



Thomas Stephens 4 yere old 1623 

' According to oflScial record in the Heralds' College. 



152 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Richard Stephens=pMargerett d. of Edward 
of Estington I Seiutloe of Kingston 

[filius primo- [Kinghtoni] in Wilts, 

genitus^]. j 



[Margeria ux. Joh'is 2. James 
Parker de Barnwood Stephens, 
de CO. ciuitat Glouc.i] 



I I I 

Nathaniell Stephens^pCatherin d. of Robert Abbigale ux. Will'm Sai'a ux. John 

of Estington 1623. Beale Clarke of the Hill of London one Gyles of Lon- 

Counsell. of the auditors. don. 



I I . 

Margerett. Catherine. 



I 
Edith. 



3. Robert 
Stephens. 



2. Richard 
Stephens. 



1. Henry Stephens 
6 yere old 1623. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1684. James Stephens, gent., bur. 9 Nov. 

Eastington. 

1606. Anne Stephens bur. 9 Sept. 

1626. Hannah, d. of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., bap. 11 April. 

1660. Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., bur. 30 May. 

1662. Anne, d. of Richard Stephens, Esq., bap. 30 Aug. 

„ Chomley, s. of Richard Stephens, Esq., „ 23 Oct. 

1665. Robert, s. of Richard Stephens, Esq., „ 27 Jan. 

1675. Robert Stephens, Esq., bur. 13 Nov. 

1679. Richard Stephens, Esq., ,. 8 March. 

1681. Nathaniel, s. of Edward Stephens, ,, 1 Aug. 

1695. Amy, d. of Edward and Catherine Stephens, bap. 7 March. 

1698. John, s. of Edward Stephens, gent., and Catherine his wife, ,, 5 April. 

1699. Elizabeth, d. of Edward and Katherine Stephens, gent., ,, 24 Nov. 

1700. Katherine, d. of Edward Stephens, gent., and Katherine his 

wife, „ 4 March. 

1701. Truman, s. of Edward Stephens, gent., and Catherine his 

wife, bap. and buried the same day, 
„ Francis, s. of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., 

1702. John Stephens and Elizabeth Blanch 
., Nathaniel Stephens and Sarah King 
„ John, s. of John and Elizabeth Stephens, 
„ Catherine, d. of Edward Stephens, gent., 

1704. Edward, s. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 
„ William, s. of John and Elizabeth Stephens, „ 
„ Frances, d. of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., bur. 

1705. Catherine, wife of Edward Stephens, gent., „ 
„ John, B. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, bap. 

1706. Francis, s., and Mary, d., of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., and 

Elizabeth his wife, ,, 

,, Mary, d. of John and Elizabeth Stephens, „ 

1708. Anne, d. of Edward and Anne Stephens, „ 
„ Catherine, d. of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., and Elizabeth 

his wife, „ 

„ James, s. of John and Elizabeth Stephens, „ 

1709. Henry, s. of Edward Stephens and Anne, „ 
,. William, 3. of William and Mary Stephens, „ 

1710. Henry, s. of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., and Elizabeth his 

wife, „ 

,, Elizabeth, d. of John and Elizabeth Stephens, ., 

„ Anne Stephens bur. 

,, James Stephens 



6 March, 
bur. 23 March. 
mar. 7 April. 
„ 24 Sept. 
bap. 15 March. 
bur. 29 June, 
bap. 22 May. 



14 March. 
26 April. 
25 Feb. 

22 April. 
13 Nov. 
30 April. 

6 May. 

9 Nov. 
17 Oct. 
22 Dec. 

3 June. 
24 March. 

15 Aug. 



\B.T. 



[Continued /ii:rf jxij/e. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



153 



Stokes, 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 93 ; 1543, fo. 108''. 
Arms. — [Sable,^] a lion rampant quevee four cMe ermine. 

Thomas Stokes of Lucas in com.=p. ... d. of ... . Nicholas [de Caning 
"Wilts. I Ep'i gen.i]. 



1711. 

1712. 

1713. 
1714. 
1715. 



1721. 
1722. 
1721. 



1727. 
1732. 
1733. 
1734. 



Nathaniel, s. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 

Edward, s. of Edward and Anne Stephens, 

John Stephens 

Philip, s. of Edward and Anne Stephens, 

Thomas, s. of William and Mary Stephens, 

Anne Stephens 

Richard, s. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 

Phillip Stephens 

Anne, d. of Edward and Anne Stephens, 

Anne Stephens 

Catherine, d. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 

William Stephens 

Sarah, d. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 

Francis, s. of Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., and Elizabeth his 

wife, 
Thomas, s. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 
Elizabeth Stephens 
Thomas Stephens 

Daniel Budding and Elizabeth Stephens 
Thomas, s. of Nathaniel and Sarah Stephens, 
M"' Arthur Truman of Westerley and Elizabeth Stephens of 

this parish 
M" Catherine Stephens, d. of Richard Stephens, Esq., dec'd, 

Ld. of y" Manor, 
John, s. of Edward Stephens, gent., 
Robert Stephens, Esq., 

Nathaniel Stephens, Esq., Lord of this Manour, 
M' Edward Stephens 



Prestbury. 
1740. M" Anne Stephens 



1667. Hannah, d. of Thomas Stephens, Esquire, 

1669. Edward, s. of Thomas Stephens, Esquire, 

1673. Catherine, d. of Thomas Stephens, Esq., and Anne his wife, 

1700. Thomas Stephens, Knight, 

1715. Thomas Stephens, Esq., 

1725. William Baghott, Esquire, of the parish of Presbury, and 

M" Hester Stephens of the parish of Stroud married 

by licence 
1737. M" Sarah Stephens, y" relict of Edward Stephens, Esquire, 

died 19 and was buried 

Micheldeane. 

Mary, wife of M' John Stephens, 



bap. 


10 May. 




5 Aug. 


bur. 


15 July. 


bap 


2 Sept. 




23 Sept. 


bur. 


20 Nov. 


bap 


24 Aug. 


bur. 


15 Sept. 


bap 


27 May. 


bur. 


10 Oct. 


bap 


21 Oct. 


bur. 


12 Dec. 


bap 


20 Sept. 


bur. 


30 June. 


bap 


22 J.an. 


bur. 


26 Jfin. 




9 Feb. 


mar 


1 Feb. 


bap. 


10 Dec. 


mar 


23 July. 


bur. 


2 June. 


J, 


13 Feb. 


„ 


21 Nov. 


" 


17 Feb. 




12 Sept. 


bur. 


16 Jan. 


bur. 


23 Aug. 


bap. 


18 July. 




23 Oct. 


bur. 


22 Nov. 


„ 


4 Oct. 



B.: 



1802. M' John Stephens 
Lydney. 

1716. M' Henry Stephens, extraparochial, 
Huntley. 

1805. Capt. John Stephens 

1807. M" Stephens 



bur. 1 April. 
„ 17 Feb. 



bur. 13 March. P.R. 

bur. 13 Nov. T „ „ 
„ 16 March. / *^-^- 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



154 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A| 



Christopher Stokes of Slawton-^pAnne d. of . . . . Lecester [Lecesther — Harl. 1041] 
ford in com. Wilts. of Christian Maiforde. 



Mary d. of Eichard=pAnthony Stokes of=pJane d. of Eichard 



Seroore [Scroope^] 
of CasteU [Castlei] 
Combe, 



Slawtonford in 
com. "Wilts. 



Browning of Cow- 
ley in com. Glouc. 



Bridget ux 

Hereford of com. 

Wilts. 



Alice d. of John Parker=pChristopher Stokes=j=Barbara d. of Thom. 
of Barnwood in com. I of Stanshaw in I SneU of Kenington in 
Glouc. [ux. li]. com. Wilts. com. Wilts [ux. 2i]. 



I 
1. Samuel Stokes 16 yere old 1623. 



I I 

2. John. Elizabeth. 



3. Thomas. Anne. 



^trangt. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 114' 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Argent \_Gules^'], two lions passant gules [argent^'] delruised 
by a lendlet or ; 2, Argent, on a chevron sable three guttes d'or; 3, Argent, a 
fesse sable, in chief a lion jjassant-guardant of the second; 4, Argent, a bend 
ragule purpure [^proper^l. 



This Robert ffounded the hospitall 
of S' John's w^out Bristol and is 
ther buried in monument ffor him 
and his vviile. 



Robert Strange of the Citty=j=Elizebethd.of Thom. 



of Bristow 3 sonn of , 
Strange of Cirencester, 
maior of Cirencester. 



Waiter Strange of Monescourte=f=Joane d. of John Person 
in com. Gloster. I of Scarborough. 



Norton of the Citty 
of ~ 



.... [ux.] John Jay 
[Faye^] of Bristowe. 



Eobert Strange of Syston in=^Jane d. of Gyles Bassett 2. Peeter. 
com. Gloster. I of Ewlye. 



1. Will'm Strange=pMargery d. and coheire 2. Anthony. 
dyed beifore his | of ... . Hernoys [Hor- 
ffather. neys*] of Milton Hor- 

A I neys in com. Bedfford. 



Elizebeth ux. 
.... Lutton 
[Luton^] of 
Siston. 



' According to ofiBoial record in the Heralds' College. 

* Yate. 1681. Elizabeth, d. of M' Edward Stokes, bap. 14 May. B.T. 

Note.— This name frequently occurs before this date, but not in any way distinguished, 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 



155 



Waiter Strange^ 
of Monescoui-te 



d. of Nicholas 
Harvey [Harvy^] of 
Brockley [Brokley*] in 
com. Somersett. 



Eichard Strange Mary vx. John 
of Dynton. Henery [Henrye^] 

of Bristow. 



I I 

Walter. [Horneys 1 filius 
ob. s. prole. 1] 



Mary vx. Nicholas 
Lacye. 



[Elizabetha.i] [Gertrude 
ux. Tho. 
Emerson.i] 



Mary d. of Hen. Eose of=pEdmond [Eduardusi]=rfflorence d. of Giles Kemys of 



Queens Camell 

Somersett. 



Strange of 
courte [in Siston^]. 



Newporte in com. Monmouth. 



Herneys Strange [Horneys 
aetat. 4 ann' 1623']. 



Henery. Mary. 



I I I 

Harnoy [Horneys'] Elizebeth. 
and Morris s.p. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, £F. 35, 114" 



1543, fo. 27^ 



Arms. — Quarterly of six — 1, Barry of ten argent and azure, over all a lion rampant 
gules, langued or, Stratford ; 2, Argent, on a lend azure six crosses-crosslet 
or, LoUDHAM ; 3, Or, three martlets in fesse sable, between two bars gules, 
Barwell ; 4, Vaire, a chief gules. Stoke ; 5, Argent [.^wZes'], a chevron 
between three eagles displayed gules [^argent^l, Eton; 6, Argent, a fesse sable, 
in chief three escallops of the second, LiNGLEY. 

Crest. — An arm embowed, habited argent, holding in the hand sable a scymitar of 
the first. 

Another Coat is also given, viz. : Oules, a fesse humettee or between three trestles 
argent, a crescent for difference. 

This petigree is subscribed by Eob. Cooke, Clarenceulx. 



John Stratford of the p'lement=r 
t'pe 13 E. 2. I 



Eichard Barwell of= 
com. Lester. 



Si- Stephen Stratford=rElizabeth d. of Eobert 
Knt. I Lord Monhault. 



Eichard= 
Barwell. 



=Eleanor d. and heire of 
W" Stoke. 



John Stratford.=f Maud d. of S"' Hen. Culy of com. 
Nott. 
Arms. — Argent, a chevron sable 
between three pellets. 



Loudham.=pIssabell d. 
and heire. 



According lo official record in tlie Hcnilds' College. 



156 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



B| 



Henery Stratford.=pMargarett d. and heire. 



John= 

Stratford. 



^Elizabeth d. of John Henery Eyton [Etoni]=j=Catherine d. and 

Stenmarsh of com. of com. Warwick. coheire of Thom. 

Stafford. Langley sonn of S"' 

Aems. — Gules, a /esse Hen. Langley Knt. 

dancettee or. 



John Stratford.=FCatherine d. and heire. 



Rob. Stratf ord=pAnne d. of Nicholas Atwood of com. StaflPord. 
Esq. I Arms. — Gules, a lion rampant argent within 

I an orle of acorns or. 



Richard Stratford.^^flTrancis d. 
I 



■ Thom. Kyrkeby Esq. 



John Stratford of fifarnecott [Farmcotei] in com. Gloc.^pMargerett [Christian^] 
^1 d. of Richard Hovell. 



Richard Stratford 3 sonn was of=rMargaret d. of Will'm Combe of Cheltenham. 
Hellings. 



Henry Stratford=Abigale d. of Elianor. 
sonn and heire. W" Cole of 
Heyfford. 



2. Richard=p[Allicia filia . 
of London. I Churchman de 
London.i] 



I I 

Henry 24 ann' 2. Richard, 
modo studens. 



I 
3. Antonius in 
Gray's Inn. 



)itio de 4. George. 



3. John [ux. eius .... filia .... Bedell de London^]. Anthony of London=p 
=F 4 sonn. 
^1 I 

1. John. 2. Anthony. Henery [Mercator in Poloniai] vide Midlesex. 



~~\ i i 

Elianor wife Joyce d. to Richard=pWUliam Stratford=FAnn d. of Christian 



of Raulfe 
Dyngley. 



Hill of fiynton in 
com. Wore. 

Some say this Joyce 
was d. of Richard t)e- 
lamott, in the new 
Vissitation soe. 

D 



2 sonn of Temple 
Guyting. 



Edward 
Walwyn 
of Bos- 
bury. 



wife to 
Edward 
Walwyn. 



fferdinando Stratford. Judith. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



157 



D| 



I I 

Elianor. 



Alice. 



Wiirm= 
2 sonn. 



filia 
man^ 



[uxor eius Mary d.=f= Anthony -7- Jane d. and coheire 



ofW" 
Gent. 
2 wife. 



Stratford 
sonn and 
heire. 



of Will'm 
deurbisWigom. [de 
com. Warr.'] 1 wife. 



2. Will'm Stratford of= 
London slayne by Holte. 



: Elizabeth d. of Ric. 
Lylly of Stothould. 



3. Anthony Rouse= 

[coelebs^]. Stratford. 



Henery Stratford. Anthony Stratford. 



Margaret wife of Edward John Stratford= 
Baugh of Twining in sonn and heire 
com. Gloster. of ffarnecott. 



^Margaret d. of Alice wife • 
Will'm [Roberti] Edmund 
Tracy. Brodway. 



Eichard= 

2 sonn. 



George 


1 1 1 
Guy 


Henry= 


pMary d. of John 


Eleanora 


3 sonn. 


6 sonn. 


Stratford 


Maire [Meerei] of 


ux. Roberti 






sonn and 


Maire in com. 


Lawrance. 


Edward 


John 


heii-e. 


Cester. 




4 sonn. 


7 sonn. 




Arms.— Arc/ent, 




Charles 


Anthony 




a ship sable. 




5 sonn. 


8 Bonn. 









Joyce d. of=WiU'm Stratford.: 
Eic. Hyll 
of Sinton. 



=Ann d. of 
Edw. 
Walwyn. 



John Stratford= 
of 



1. George Stratford'' of ffarnecott marid Elizabeth d. 
of ... . Hobby of Hales in com. Gloster. 



Mary d. of Anthony 
Throgmorton a sixt 
brother. 



Robert. 



I I 
4. John. 



3. Anthony. 5. Henery. 



1. WiU'm Stratford 
21 yere 1623. 



2. John 
Strat- 
ford. 



I I 

3. Henry. 

4. George. 



5. Anthony. Allice. 



Elizabeth. Anne. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

" P.C.C. Somerset House, Adm'ons 1623, fo. 62.— Elizabeth Stratford, late of Farmecott, 
CO. Glouc, deC, Adm'on 25 Nov. 1623 to her son W" Stratford. George Stratford of Farmecott, 
CO. Glouc, dec"', Adm'on 25 Nov. 1623 to his son W" Stratford of goods unadm* by the relict 
Elizabeth Stratford, now dec". 
* Little Deane. 

1624. John, s. of Anthony Stratforde, bap. 30 June. B.T. 

Prestbury. 
1660. John, s. of Charles Stratford, gent., bap. 6 Feb. > p t 

1662. John Stratford, gent., bur. 21 April, j *^•^• 

[Continued ncrt page. 



158 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



^pmontrs* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 109 ; 1543, fo. 150". 

Arm8. — Argent, a lend engrailed azure between ttvoJirebaUs [sable, Jii-ed^] proper. 
Crest. — An arm embowed sable, tied at the elbow with ribbons .... holding in the 
hand a fireball proper. 

Thomas Symonds of ■Woodfford Castell in com. Dorssett.=p 
Gyles Symonds of Hillesley.^pAnne d. of . . . . Browne sister of S"' John Browne Kn'. 



Robert Symonds esq''=rElizebeth d. of Eichard Anne ux. Richard Sanky 
Counsellor at law. Rogers of the Citty of Hodnett in com. Sallop. 

Bristow. 

Matheiw Symonds 4 yere old 1623. [2.i] ffrances. [1^.] Anne. 



2. Edward=EHzebeth d. of . . . . Pettey 3. Thomas=pMargerett d. of Robert 

Symonds. [de Melbery Abbot in Symonds. Midleton nephew of S' 

com. Dorsetti]. Thomas Midleton Kn'. 



Robert Symonds Thomas Thomas Anne. Elizebeth. Margerett. Mary, 
ob. s.p. s.p. s.p. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 117"; 1543, fo. 119". 
None tricked. 



Thomas Talboys of Whiston in com. York.=rIssabell .... 

1 \ ^1 

1. Richard Talboys=T=Ellenor d. of Robert 2. John 3. Robert 
of Whiston. Andersonn of Gales Talboys. Talboys. 

in com. York. 
A I 

Whittington. 

1659. M' Thomas Webb of Woodchester and M" Elizabetli Strat- 

forde of Barton in the parish of Temple Guytiag in this 

county mar. 13 April. P.R. 

1664. M' WUliam Stratfoid of Barton in the parish of Temple 

Guyting and M" Kachell Holland of Gotherington in 

the parish of Bishopp's Cleeve ,, 20 Oct. P.K, 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



159 



Mary d. of Thorn. ^Kichard 



Machin of Chil- 
tenham in com. 
Gloster. 



of Tedbury in 
com. Gloster 
1623. 



=Emme d. of John Hodges 2. John Talboys. 
sister of Thorn. Hodges — 

high shreeue of Gloster. [Trinianus.^] 



1. Thomas Talboys 4 yere old 1623. 2. Kichard Talboys. Liddya. 



Caplcir. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 57^ 



Arms. — Salle, a lion passant argent, in chief an annulet or. 
Crest. — A leopard passant p-oper. 

John Taylor came out of the North pt. of Lincolnshire and marid 
a widdow of the farme of Nympsfeild in com. Gloc. 



1. John Taylor 
of Cam and 
Slymbridge 
in com. Gloc. 



3. Eic. [John— Harl.= 
1543, fo. 59b] Taylor 
of Nympsfeild in com. 
Gloc. 



^Elenor d. and 2. Tho- 
heire of Ric. mas 
Grevill 

[PGrlweln] of 
Layterton in 
com. Gloc. 



Walter Wood- 
mas ward of Cam 
ob. s.p. in com. Glos- 
ter. 



Taylor=pMargerett d. of Agnis Jone.= 



of Haselton 
Grange in 
com. Gloc. 



John Ramsey 
of Elenbridge 
in com. Kent 
sister of 
S^ Thom. Ram- 
sey Maior of 
London. 



ux. 
John 
Snow of 
Risley 
in com. 
Gloc. 



=Ric. [Walter— 
Harl. 1543, 

fo. 59^] 2 sonn of 
Walter Woodward 
of Cam in com. 
Gloc. 



.... Wood- 
ward sonn 
and heire. 



Thom.= 
Taylor 
of Ha- 
selton 
Grange. 



I 
€iceley 2. Gyles 
d. of Taylor. 
Anthony 
Walker 
of Bat- 
tersey. 



I 

I I I 

William Agnes. 
Snow. 

John 
Snow. 



Thom. Taylor. Mary Taylor. 



Edward Woodward. 



William Woodward. 
Gyles Woodward. 
Walter Woodward. 
Edward Woodward. 
Humfry. 



Thomas. 
According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



160 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A I B 



3. William 
Taylor 
ob. s.p. 



Edyth 



Elizabeth 
ux. Ric. 
Glascock. 



Allies ux. John 
fFarrington of 
London Merchant 



IsBabell ux. Anthony Thorn. Tay- 

Watts of Strood water lor of From- 

in com. Gloc. hall in com. 

=p Wilts. 



: d. 

of 

Reve of 



Elizabeth ux. Edw. 
Hamden of London 
Alderman. 



bery. 



William Eic. Taylor= d. of 

ob. s.p. of MicheU Webb 

Hampton of CuUorne 
in com. in com. 
Wilts. 



Joh 



n Watts. Moris Watts. Christopher. 



Agnes. Jane. Thomasin. 



i:{)(inte. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 37" ; 1543, fo. 31. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure, afesse letween three lions passant or; 2 and 3, 
Argent, a /esse nebulee sable between three lozenges gules, in chief a lion 
passant azure. 
Crest. — A cock's head and necJc or, combed gules, Jiolding in the beak a sprig vert 
\_floivered or^l. 

Margery=pRobert Thome de S' Albons proved=Sybell. 
1 wife. by his will An° 32 H. 6. 



Thomas Thorne [10 Ed. 4— Harl. 1041].=j=Rose. 



1599. Jane, d. of John Woodward, 

„ John Tiler and Mary Woodward 

„ Richard, s. of Morris Woodward, 

1601. Elyn, d. of John Woodward, tanner, 

1602. Cycely Woodward, widow, 
„ Richard Boxer and Ales Woodward, 

1607. Richard Woodward, s. of Walter Woodward, 

„ John, s. of Richard Woodward, 

1609. William, s. of William Woodward, 

1620. Alice, d. of Walter Woodward, 

„ Alice, d. of Christopher Woodward, junior, 

„ Thomas, s. of Christopher Woodward, senior, bap. . . Dec, 

„ Joane Taylor 

1624. Hester, d. of Christopher Woodward, 

„ John Hicks and Christian Woodward 

1626. Elizabeth, d. of Christopher Woodward, 

„ Joane Woodward, widow, 

1635. Elizabeth, wife of Richard Woodward, 

1661. Jonathan, s. of Richard Woodward, 
„ Mary, d. of Danyell Woodward. 

1662. Joseph, s. of Richard Woodward, 

1663. Hester, d. of Jonathan Woodward, bap. 2 May. 
1 668. Sarah and Ann, twin das. of Christopher and Sarah Woodward, 

1 According to oflScial record in the Heralds' College. 



Eliz 
bap. 


ibeth. 

20 Jan. ^ 


mar 


20 Feb. 


bap 


24 June. 


„ 


25 April. 


bnr. 


1 July. 


mar 


26 .Ian. 


bap 


24 Jan. 




13 March. 




24 June. 




26 March. 




30 Sept. 


hnr, 


6 Jan. 




6 Dec. 


bap. 


29 Sept. 




7 Feb. 


bap. 


16 Jan. 


h^. 


25 April. 


bap. 


15 Nov. 




IFeb. 


bnr. 


21 Nov. 


bnr. 


19 July. 


bap. 


31 March.y 



B.T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



161 



I I I 

James Thoriie Will'm 

sonn and 3sonn. 
heire. 

John 2 sonn. 



Robert Thorne= 
of Bristol!. 



=Joue [Johann 
— Harl. 1041] 
d. of John 
Whitipole 
[Wytheypolle 
—Harl. 1041]. 



Lawrence 
5 sonn. 



I I 
Elizabeth. 

Mariery 
[Maryon 
—Harl. 
1041]. 



Catherin wife to William 
Owseley. 



I 
Thomas Jackman.=Alice.=S'' Will'm Harpur Knight. 



Robert sanz 
yssu 1 sonn. 



Mawde a nuue 
at Lacocks 
[Lacoke — 
Harl. 1041]. 



Bridget d. to=f=]S'ycholas=pMary d. of Roger Wigs- 
.... Milles j Thorne [ ton of Wolverton in 
of Hampton. 2 sonn. com. Warr. 



John 



sonn sanz yssn. 



Bridget wife to Richard Bowser 
of Doursley. 



Richard 2 sonn. 



Edward= 
Thorne. 



i I 

jghter=Wiirm Harpur Frances wife to Mary wife to 

Knight Hugh Part- Robert Owgan 

2 husband. ridge sanz yssu. of Suffolk. 



Nicholas Thorne=pMary d. to S'' Richard=rranois 



of the Citie of 
Bristow 2 sonn. 



AVaker or Walker Catesby 
[Wakei— Harl. 1041] 1 husband, 
of Hartwell in com. 
Northampton. 



Robert=Mary d. of John 
Thorne. BulbeckofCleve- 
don in com. 
Somerset dyed 
sanz yssu. 



John Pyke of the Citty of Bristol.^ 
Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, 
Gules, three piles in point 
wavy issuing from the chief 
argent within a lor dure of the 
last, a mullet for difference ; 
2 a7id 3, The quarterly 
coat of Thoene as above. 
Crest. — As above. 



=Alice [filia 
primal]. 



Catherin ux. 
Samwell 
Neale[Walei] 
of com. 
Gloster. 



Myrabell ux. John 
[W'i'] Bruse al's 
Cater [Carter^]. 



Nicholas Pyke of Bristol.=j=Margaret d. of John Poulton of .... in com. Glouc. 

I \ \ I 

Walter Pyke 4 yere old 1623. Mary. Grace. Sara. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



162 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



Cfirosmorton. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 65 ; 1543, fo. 64". 

Arms. — Qiiartei-hj — 1 and 4, Gules, on a chevron argent three lars-gemelUs sable, a 
crescent for difference, Throesioeton ; 2, Argent, on a cross sable a leopard's 
face or, Bridges ; 3, Argetit, a chevron between three pineapples gules, 
Apurlet. 

Crest. — A falcon volant argent, beaked, legged, and belled or, a crescent for , 



Another Shield. — Quarterlg — 1, Throgmorton, «s before; 2, Bridges; 3, Gules, 
a chevron ermine between three pineapples or, Apurlet ; 4, Ermine, a saltire 
gules, ScARGiLL ; 5, Argent, two chevrons azure within a bordure engrailed 
gules, Tirrell; 6, Gules, on a chevron argent three dolphins naiant 
emboived vert, Flakbert ; 7, Argent, a cross between four escallops sable, 
CoGSHALL ; 8, Azure, a lion rampant argent, Mathew ; 9, Argent, on a bend 
sable three calves passant or, Veale ; IQ, Argent, afesse chequy or and azwe, 
Whittington. 

Robert Throgmorton of Fladbury [Throgmorton — Earl. 1041]=p 
in com. Worster. 



Symon Throgmorton.- 



Robert Throkmorton 4 E. 2:- 



I I 

Gyles. John Throkmorton=pAgnes d. and coheire of S"' Eic. Abberbery 
13 E. 3. of com. Oxon Knt. 

[Arms. — Or, afesse embattled sable — 
Harl. 1041.] 



Thorn. Throkmorton of=rAgnes d. and coheke . 
Fladbury 17 E. 2.i I of ... . Besford. 



S"" John Throkmorton under= 
Threaseror of England 
[11 H. 6— Harl. 1041]. 



^Elenor d. and heire of Gny Spinney 
[Spines— Harl. 1041] of Coughton 
in com. Warwick. 



1. Thomas 
Throgmor- 
ton [of 
Coughton — 
Harl. 1041]. 
Vide War- 
wick. 



2. John= 
Throg- 
morton. 



■Elizabeth d. 
and heire of 
Edward 
Bridges by 
the d. and 
heire of ... . 
Apperley. 



I I 
[Margarett uxor John 
-Harl. 1041.] 



[Agnes ux Wins- 

lowe— Harl. 1041.] 



rk'-'- 



[Matilda ux. Thomas 
Greene miles — Harl. 
1041.] _ 

[Elianor ux. Richard 
Knightley — Harl. 
1041.] _ 

[Elizabeth uxor Rob't 
Russell— Harl.1041.] 



Harl. MS. 1041 states that he married Agnes Abberbury. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIUE. 



163 



A| 



Anne d. o 
1 wife. 

Arms.- 
gic. 


f Thomas 


ScargiU=f 


—Ermine, 


a saltire 



=John Tlirok-= d. of . . 


, Scisseley ux. 


morton. Nanfant 


.... Buck- 


2 wife. 


land. 



Christopher Throkmorton [of Crows- 
" ' ■ "■ -Harl. 1041]. 



■- d. of S' John Hartley of com. Hereford 

[Harley of Hartfordsh.— Harl. 1041]. 



I I 

1. Margerett 2. Anne. 

ux. William 

Vaughan. 



3. Jane. 



4. Ellenor ux. 
.... Mutton. 



5. Catherine 1 ux. 
S"- Ric. Welles 2 to 
S' Robert Chester. 



William Throkmorton=pMargerett d. and heire 
[of Crowsland — Harl. I of S'' David Mathew of 
1041]. Rayder Knt. 



George Throkmorton John 
one of the M-' of the prest. 
Chancery. 



Elizabeth ux. Margerett 1 m. to 
W'm Huntley Thom. Thorpe 2 to 
of Boxwell. Anthony Welsh. 



Mary 1 m. to John Egerton John ob. 
2 to Jesper Upton. s.p. 



S"' Thomas Throkmorton of= 
Coss Court [Crowsland — 
Harl. 1041] incom.Gloster. 



^Margerett d. of Thom. 
Whittington of Pantley 
com. Gloc. and his 
coheire. 



Anthony m. Catherin d. of 
John Keymes this Anthony 
is of Cheston in Hertford- 
shire. 



S"" Thomas Throkmorton=pEllen d. of S' Ric. 2. Anthony. 



of Coss Court m. to his 
2 wife.... d. of S'- Edward 
Rogers [Rodgers — Harl. 
1041]. 



Barkley of com. 
Gloc. 1 wife. 



I 
Anne ux. 
S"^ John 
Tracy of 
Toding- 
ton. 



place. 



John sonn and heire 
natus 1573 ob. s.p. 



S"' William Throgmorton of=. . . . d. and heire of 
Tortworth in com. Gloster Thom. Baynham 
Knt. and Baronett. of Clorewall. 



Hewelsfield. 

1664. Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, Kut., bur. 21 

1667. Nicholas Throckmorton „ 8 

1670. Lady Alice Throckmorton „ 29 

Newland. 

1628. Sep. fuit Will'mus Throkmorton, miles et Bar., 20 Julii. 

1631. Bap. fuit Hopton filius Do"^ Baynham Throgmorton, Bart., 6 Oct. 

iCont 



rune. "I 
ipril. \\ 
luly. J 



164 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEBSHIKE. 



Ci)pnn. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 109 ; 1543, fo. 150. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Barry of ten or and sable; 2 and 3, Argent, a lion 
rampant tail nowed gules ; over all a crescent, and all within a bordure gobony 
[or and sabM]. 

Crest. — A reindeer statant [o;-''], collared gobony .... 



Christian d. of S' Eichard Gresham^pJohn Thyn of Loiig-= d. of Si^ Thomas 

Kut. sister of S"' Thomas Gresham leat in com. Wilts Esq. Throgmorton 

of London Knt. [Wroughtoni] Knt. 



1. S^ John= 


pChristlan d. of 


2. Francis Thynn=i=Allice d. of 


3. Thomas Thynn 


Thynn of 


S-- Rowland 


of Kennsford 


Arther 


of Bylston [Blis- 


Longleat 


Hay ward Knt. 


[Kemesfordi] in 


Knocker of 


ton— Harl. 1041 ; 


Knt. 


Lord Maior 


com. Glouc. 


m com. 


Bitsoni] in com. 




of Loudon. 




Suffolk. 


Wilts. 



S»' Thomas Thynn Francis Thynn of Hyldesley=rEllenor d. of Richard Rogers 
of Longleatt Knt. in com. Gloster. of the Citty of Bristow. 



Caroline, d. of S' Baynham Throgmorton. Kn', and Mary his wife, bap. 29 May\ 
(Elizabeth, wife of George Lord Berkeley, and Elizabeth, wif8 of S' Trevor 
Williams, Bart., being godmothers, and James Scudamore,only son to John 
Viscount Scudamore, her godfather). 

The 28 May 1664 S' Baynham Trockmorton, Baronet, dyed at Westminster, 
and lyes buried in S' Margaret's Church there, in a vault at the upper end 
of the Chancell ; he had seen 58 years in June following. 

Dame Mary, wife of S' Baynham Throckmorton, Knt. and Bart., bur. 4 April. 

M.^ That I, S' Baynham Throckmorton, Kn' and Bart., first bom sonn of 
S' Baynham (Throckmorton), Bart., was borne and twice marryed upon 
the ll"" December, all three dayes falling out to be Saterdayes. 

ll"" day of December, being Saturday, I, S' Baynham Throckmorton, K' and 
Bar., was marryed by Stanford, Byshop of Oxford, in S' Dunstan's Church 
in London, to Katherine, the daughter of Peirce Edgcumbe of Mount 
Edgcumbe in the County of Devon and Mary his wyfe, who was daughter 
to S' John Glanvill of Broadhinton in com. Wilts. I, S' Baynham, being 
that evening, between 6 and 7 a clock, fiEorty years old. And was borne 
at Euercritch Parke in Somersetshire. 

I was marryed to my first wyfe Mary, the daughter and sole heiress 
of Gyles Garton of Billingshurst in the County of Sussex, Esq., upon 
Saturday ll"" December 1652, I being that mouth twenty-three years of 
age, in London, House of Ralph, Ld. Hopton, brother to Margarit his 
Mother, who lyes buryed w"> a Tomb over her in the Gaunts Church in 
Bristol August 1635. 

Catherina, filia Bainham Throckmorton, mil. et Bar., et Catherina Dominas 

ejus secundse, nata 26 et baptz. Novembris die 23. Lady Glanvill, Mary 

Edgcumbe godmothers, S' William Throckmorton godfather. / 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



165 



Cratj), 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 40 ; 1543, ff. 34^ 78". 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Or, an escallop in chief point sable between two bendlets 
gules, Tracye ; 2 and 3, Argent, on a chevron sable between three pellets as 
many roses of the field, Baldington. 

Crest. — On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, an escallop sable betiveen two wings 
expanded or, 

Henry Tracy .=j= 



Henry Tracy.- 



John Tracy.= 



Henry Tracy of Tuddington=p 
in com. Gloc. Esq^ I 



William BaIdington=p 
of Alderbury Esq. | 



Tracye 
of Tud- 
dington. 



^Margery d. of S' John Paunsfoot Thomas Bald-=j=Agnes d. of John 



[Pauncefotei] Knt. 

[Arms. — Gu., 3 Igons rampt. arg. 
—Harl. 1041.] 

1 



ington of 
Alderbuiy in 
com. Oxon. 



Dan vers of 
Cothorp in com. 
Oxon. 



2. Kichard 1. Henry Tracye=pAllice d. and coheire of Agnes ux. S'' Gefifrey 
Tracye. of Tuddington. I Thomas Baldington. Gates. 



[Thomas Monington of Sarnys-t 
feld 1 husband— Harl. 104i;] 



= Anne lax. Wm "Wye 
of Tewkesbury. 



I I 

[2.1] Richard. Elizabeth 
ux. John 
Baynham. 



Eichard Wye of=. ... d. of Gyles Grevill [S'" Gilles 
Tewkesbury. Grevill Knight— Harl. 1041]. 



William Tracye=pMargarett d. of [3.'] Raffe a monke and prior of the Charter- 
of Tudington. I The. Throg- howse by Syon and was there slayne by Good- 

morton. wyn a monke of the same howse. 

i \ i I 

William=r 
Tracye 
of Tud- 
inwton. 



-. . . . d. of 


Robert^ 


2. Richard Tracye=pBarbara d. of 


AUice ux. 


Symon 


ob. B.p. 


of Stanwaye in 


Thomas Lucye 




Digbye. 




com. Gloster 


of Charlecott 


Owgan 






[ob. 1569— Harl. 


in com. War- 


[Ogani]. 






1041]. 


wick. 





I I 

[1.1] Hester [3.i] Na- 

ux. Rowland thaniell 

Smarte Tracye. 
[Smert»]. 



Susan 1 m. to Edward Barker 
Regester [to Q. Eliz.— Harl. 
1041] 2 S'' Henry Billingsley 
Knt. and Alderman of London. 



[2.1] Judith ux. 
Francis [Jo.i] 
Throgmorton. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

Harl. MS. 1041 states that this Robert had a son W. Tracy, aged (iO in 1571. 



166 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Anne d. and h.=S'^ Paul Tracye=pAnne d. and heire of 


2. Samuel=pCatherine 


of S"^ Ambrose of Stanwaye 


Eaflfe Shakerley of 


Tracye of 


d. of 


Nichols Knt. Knt. and 


Ayno on the Hill in 


Clifford 


Thom. 


Lord Maior Baronet 


com. North'ton by 


in com. 


Smyth of 


of London ob. 1626. 


AUice d. and heire of 


Herefiford. 


Camp- 


2 wife. 


Hugh Eadcliflfe. 
She ob. 1615. 




den. 






Samwell T]io-= Cathe 


- Anne ux. Susan ux. Wm Willfford sonne 


Tracye. mas. d. of rine 


Grimbald of Thomas Willfford Lord 


.... ob.uE 


- Paimce- Chamb'lain 2 to Ambrose Grey 


mar. 


foot of of Envile in com. Stafford son 




London. of Lord 


Grey of Pirgo. 


S' Eichard=rAnne d. of gi^ Thomas [2-^1 Elizabeth ux. 


Hester ux. Francis 


Ti-acye 


Coningsby of Hamp 


Gyles Carter of 


Kerle of Much 


Knt. and 


ton in com. Hereford Swell in com. 


Marcle in com. 


Baronet 


[Hartfordsh.— Harl. 


Gloster. 


Hereford. 


1637. 


1041; Hffirefordiffii] 








Knt. 








Humffrey Tracye 7 2. Eobert. 3. Eichard. 4 


. Phillip [Philippai]. 


[111] yereo 
Mary d. of 


Id 1623. 






=Paul Tracye=pMargarett Susan ux 


[Susanna [4. Alex- 


George of Pickadille 


d. of 


Price of the 


mortuai]. ander.i] 


Limiter of Hall nigh 


Phillip Privy Chamber. 




Canterbury James Court 


Moyse of — 




in Kent in com. 


Bansted [3.i] Barbara 




2 wiffe to Middlesex 


in com. ux. Eic. Smyth 




Paul [Pention- 


Surry. of the Midle 




Tracye of arius Ja. 




Temple Esq. 




Pickedille Eegisi]. 








Hall. 










Eobert and Paul ob. young. 


3. Paul Tracye. A 


nne. Margarett. 



I I 

Allice. 

Margaret 
ob. un- 
marid. 



II 



ley ob. s.p. 

Susan the 
younger. 



J II 

4. Saunders 

Tracye. 

Nathaniel 
ob. infant. 

5. William 
ob. s.p. 



Nathi 



I I 



7. Thomas. 



9.Johnob.s.p. 
10. Vicessi- 



[L^] Anne ux. 
Edward Halle 
of Henwick in 
com. "Worster 
2 to WiUiam 
Ingram of 
Erlescourt in 
com. Worster. 



Lucy ux. 
Bray 

Ayleworth 
of Ayle- 
worth 
in com. 
Gloster. 



According to oflScial record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTEKSHIRE. 



167 



|c 



Henry Tracy of Tudington.=7=Elizabeth d. of S'' John Bridges 1 Lord Chandois. 



S' John=f=Anne d. of Edmund 


2. Gylesn 


pCatherine 


Elenor ux. 


[Nicholaus 


Tracye 


Tho.Throg- Tracye. 


Tracye 


d. of . . . . 


Anthony 


Tracy 


of Tud- 


morton of — 


[de 
Nanton 


Pick- 


Kingston 


filius 


ington 


Coscourt Francis 


hurst of 


of Quen- 


quintus.i] 


ob. 


m com. Tracye. 


in CO. 


Sussex. 


ington. 




1591. 


Gloster. 


Glo.i]. 














Hen. Tracye=EHzabeth d. and 


Catherine 


1 

. Mary 


Margaret 


Frances 


ofSouthwick heire of Thorn. 




[uxor 
WiU'mi 


[ux.Wiirmi 
Caldecot de 


[ux.Joh'is 


in com Woodward of 




Wyat de 


[setat. 28 Sextonslod 




Danbyi]. 


Homlacy in 


Teuxbury 


annor. hoc (? Sextons loe). 






CO. Heref. 


gen.i]. 


anno 1623]. 






gen.i]. 




Frances [Thomas Tracy Edmund=Dorothey=Ed-ward 


Maryux.W 


mHobey 


ux. Eic. 2 fihus obiit Bray oi 


Tracye 


Con- 


de Hale in com. Glos- 


Catch- Londini sine Baring- 




way. 


ter 2 to 8' Horatio 


made, prole.i] ton in 






Vere Knt. 




com. Oxon. 









S' John Tracye=rAnne d. of S' Tho. Shir 
of Tudington [Sherleyi] Knt. of 
Knt. [16231]. 



I I 
2. Thomas, 



I I 
i. Anthony. 



3. William 



)mas. "I f i. Anth 

- Hs.p.i]<^ - 

liam. J L 5. Hem 



Henry. 



1. Eobert= 
Tracye. 



=Bridget d. of 
John Litle- 
ton of 
Frankley 
[de Westcott 
de Frankleyi] 
Worster. 



2. John= 
Tracye. 



=Elizebeth d. of 
S-^ Gyles 
Allington Knt. 
widow of S'' 
Henry Paula- 
vezine [Palena- 
sinei] Knt. and 
S-'WmClopton. 



[1.1] Anne ux. 
John Mallett 
of Enmer in 
com. Somer- 
sett. 



I I 
[2.1] Frances 

and 
[3.1] Mary. 



Thomas. 



>s.p. 



I I I 

1. John. 

2. [3.1] Thomas. 

3. [2.1] Robert. 



Mary. 



lomas. 1 
ithony. J 



Thomas. 
Anthony. 



rW'm 
s.p.2 ^ 



[2.1] Elize- 



Henry. — 



th. 
[1.1] Anne. 



* According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

' William, Anthony, and Henry are the issue of John Tracy and Anne Sherly according 1 
the official record. 



1615. Phillip Tracy 

1617. Thomas Tracy, filiua do'i Kichaidi Tracy, militis, 

1622. John Tracy, gent. 



bap. 20 Nov. 
„ 23Nov. VB.T. 
„ 3Aug._ 
[ Continued overleaf. 



:b 



168 THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 108" ; 1543, fo. 149. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, a cross between four roses gules, barbed vert, 
Teotmajj ; 2 and 3, Argent, on a /esse gules between three garbs sable, a 
crescent for difference, Tindall. 

Crest. — A garb \or, bound argent^'] between two ostrich-feathers or \_argent, 
quilhd or^']. 

Thomas Trotman.=f=Aane d. of William Hardyng. 



Richard Trotman=j=Catherine d. of Edward Tindall sister and 
of [Cam^] in I coheire of Thomas Tindall of Eastwood in 

com. Gloc. com. Gloc. 



Edward Trotman of [Eastwood — ^later hand ;=pAnne d. of Richard 
Cam^] in com. Gloc. 1623 [or rather of ' 
— later hand]. 



Watts of Strood : 
com. Gloc. 



[William [Ric'dus [Samuel [2. Johanna [4. Cecilia.^] 

mortuus.i] mortuus.i] 5 filius.'] virgo.\] 

Lydney. 

1755. The Hon. Tho" Charles Tracy, Esq., and Henrietta Bathurst mar. 6 Feb. 

1756. Selina, d. of the Hon. Tho» Charles Tracy, Esq., bap. 14 March. 
Sherborne. 

1625. Anna, wife of Six Paul Tracy, Bart., bur. 10 Aug. 

Nether Swell. 

1699. Arm Atkyns, d. of S' Eobert Atkyns, Knight of the Bath, by Dame Anne his' 
wife, was married to John Tracy of Stanway in this County of 
Gloucester, Esq., on Monday the seventh day of August, in y* Church 
of Lower Swell, by M' Callow, y" Vicar of y" said Church, who had 
Christened the said Anne in y" same Church on Thursday y"' eighth of 
November in y' year 168.S. 

1703. John Tracy, y" son of John Tracy of Stanway in y' County of Gloucester by 
Ann his wife, was born at Lower Swell in y' said County on y« five and 
twentieth of August, and was baptized the seven and twentieth Jay of 
y" same month at Lower Swell aforesaid by M' Callow, Vicar of Lower 
Swell aforesaid. Eobert Atkyns. 

1 705. Anne Tracy, y' daughter of John Tracy of Stanway in j" County of Gloucester, 

Esq., by Anne his wife, was born at Lower Swell in y" said County on 
Wednesday y' seventeenth of January, and was baptized on Wednesday 
y° four and twentieth of the said month at Lower Swell by M' Callow, 
Vicar. 

1706. Eobert Tracy and his younger brother John Tracy, the sons of John Tracy of 

Stanway and Anne his wife, were bom at Lower Swell on Thursday the 
lO"" January, and were baptized 20"" of the same month. 

1707. Ferdinando Tracy, son of John Tracy, late of Stanway, deceased, was born 

at Lower Swell on Sunday 16 Nov., and was Christened on Sunday 
SO"" day of the same month by M' Callow, Vicar of Lower Swell. 
Entered by Robert Atkyns, Kt. of the Bath, in his 87 year. 
1709. Edward Tracy, s. of John Tracy of Stanway and of Anne his wife, born at 
Lower Swell on Saturday 25 June, bap. the Wednesday follo-n-ing. / 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



169 



Edward Trotman of y<= Midle [Midle- 
erased and Inner written over in 
Harl. 1543] Temple Counsellor 1623. 



=Jane d. of Anthony Catherine ux. 
Stratford of Temple Richard Haynes 
Guyting. [generosii]. 



Edward Trotman 12 yere old 1623. Anne 14 yere old 1623. 



Anne ux. Nic. 
Harvey gent, 
[mort.i]. 



2. Richard= 
Trotman. 



Anne d. of Thom. Lloyd 
of Hollywood [Holy- 
roodi] Ampney. 



1. Edward Trotman 
6 yere old 1623. 



2. [3.1] Thomas. 

3. [4.1] Throgmorton. 



2. Charles Trotman Sibell Trotman 
7 [31] yere old 1623. 7 yere old 1623. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 60" ; 1543, fo. 40^ 

Arms. — Quarterly of six — 1, Or, a bend azure, Try ; 2, Gules, three covered cups or, 
BOTELER ; 3, Argent, a buck's head cabossed gules, Aparke ; 4, Argent, a 
cross engrailed between four estoiles gules, Gorney ; 5, Or, a buck's head 
cabossed sable, Helyon ; 6, Barry of ten argent and gules, a lion rampant or, 
ducally crowned per pale of the first and second, Brandon. 

Crest. — A buck's head cabossed gules. 

Another Coat thus : Quarterly — 1 and 4, Trye ; 2 and 3, Quarterly Boteler 
and Aparke. 

Thomas lord Barkley gave to Robert Barkley his nephew the Manner of Alkington. 



Robert Barkley.^p 



"WiUiam Aparke of Hardwikcourte in com. Gloster=^ 
temp. Regis Joh'is. Was seised of the Manor of 1 
Parke in com. Gloster. 



Thomas Barkley .=p 



Almery Aparke of Hai'dwikcourte.=r 



According to official record ia the Heralds' College. 



Cam. 

1626. M' Isaac Bromwich and M" Anne Trottman 
Charfield. 

1701. William Trotman of Tortworth and Hannah West 

1718. Philip and Elizabeth Trotman 

17i4. Richard Trotman and Betty Mundey 



aar. 1 June, 
mar. 



mar. 6 Oct. "> 
„ 31 July. YB:. 
„ 18 Dec. j 



170 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Eawlin=pMargerett='Walter Shoyle Almery= 
Try d. and ob. s.p. Bote- 

2 husb. heire. 1 husb. ler. 



Hugh Will'm Aparke of Hard- t= 
s.p. wike Courte sonn of I 
Almery. 



John Try.=f John Boteler of Lannlich in "Wales.^pBeatrix d. and heire. 
I I 



William Try.^ 



Amery Boteler of Hardwicke Courte.= 



John Try.=f Elizebeth. 



Issabell ux. 
.... Kenne. 



I 

Almery 
s.p. 



Catherin.=p Will'm 

Purlewent. 



Tho 



Pm-lewent.=^Jone d. of John TindaU of Stenchcombe. 



Agnes, d. of Edmond=pJohn Purle-^ 
Vaughan of Carnar- I went. 
work[?]. 



=Agnes, d. and 
heire of John 
Doding. 



I I 

Allice VLx Maude ux. 

Baynard of .... 

Lacock. Stumpe. 



Will'm p'mised to Margery Walter=f=Jonne d. of AVilliam Jane 

d. of John Abridges of com. Purle- I John Purle- ux. 

Glocest. obijt. went. Kevelock. went 

I 



Stephen 
Stump of 
Laycock. 



Allexander Purlewent. Henery Purlewent. 



William Try.=plssabell d. of James lord Barkley and Thomas=pAnne d. and heire 
I sister of William Marques Berkley. Gorney. of . . ~ ' 



Edward=rSybbeLl d. of S'^ Thom.=. . . . Hame John Gorney=j=Catherin cossen 



Try. 



Monington of Sarnfeild 1 
by Elizebeth d. and heire 
of Symon Mylborne. 



of Lemington 
in com. Suff. 



and coheire of 

Charles 

Brandon. 



John Try o^Mary d. of John 
Hardwyke Gurney of Leming- 
in com. ton in com. SuflF. 

Gloster. and his coheire. 



Christian d. and coheire 
ux. James Darnell of 
Thornhiilme in com. 
Lincon. 



Elizebeth d. and coheire 
ux. Walter Ayscough 
of Ely burgh in com. 
Lincon. 



Elizebeth d. of=Edward=Elizebeth d. of 
S-^ John Trye. Daniell Pert of 

Buttler of com. Gloster 

Badmington sister of 

in com. Catherin. 

Gloster. 



I III 

Anthony=Catherin [2.'] Thomas. 
Try. d. of — 

Daniell Will'm. 
Pert — 

sister of George. 

Elize- ' , ' 

beth. All s.p. 



1 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



171 



|C 



Margerett d. of^ 


-1. John 


=Alice sister Elizabeth Aune ux. Catheryn ux. 


S' William 


Try of 


of S-- James ux. Thorn Wil- Thomas 


Skipwit,h Knt. 


Hard- 


Croftes Davies Hams de Sergeant 


of Flambsted 


wyke. 


Knight. 2 to com. Mon- of Stowne 


in com. Hert- 




Humffrey mouth. in com. 


ford [de com. 




AshfFeld. Glocester. 


Lincoln*]. 






Susan Try Elizebeth Try Margerett ux Dragoncr Eleanor Try 


15 yeres old virgo. 


of Hoxston in com. Midlesex. mortua. 


Tirgo. 




1. William TryeT=Mary d 


1 1 1 1 1 
. of 2. Henery. 5. [4.i] John^Elizabeth d. of 


14 yeres old^ 


S'-Ediv 


— Trve. 1 JohnChambers 


slain at Gloster 


Tirrell of 3. [2.i] Thomas. " 1 of Tresham in 


by Ambrose 
Edwards. 


Thornton — | com. Gloster. 


in com 


4. [3.1] Peregryn. f 




Buck. 


— John Trye 2 yere old 1623. 
6. [5.1] Edward. 


1. William Try 5 yeres 


1 1 1 1 1 'MM 
2. Captin Henry 3. Edward. [2.i] Elizebeth ob. 


old when his father was 


Try slaine in — iEt. 5 yeres of age. 


slaine. Hee maried 


Loudon Novem- 4. John. — 


Anne d. of Will'm Vin- 


ber 1618 and — Mary. 


cent of Acton in com. 


was buried at 5. John. — 


Midlesex. 


S' Clements — Cassandra. 




w'^out Temple [5.i] ffi-ancis. — 




Bar. , [Francesca.1] 




Wtlt. 






Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 37; 1543, fo. 30. 



Arms. — Argent, on a bend sable three calves passant or, within a bordure gobonated 

of the first and azure. 
Crest. — A demi-calf rampant or, pelletfee. 

Thomas Vele of the Citie of Gloster.=j=Elizabeth. 



Will'm Vele of Euawers John Vele of=f=Matilda [Maud- 



[Ruowars — Harl. 
1041] in com. Cant. 



Longford in 
com. Gloc. 



Harl. 1041] d. 
to Will'm Bekett. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* English Bicknor. 1579. Elizabeth Trye, gen., 



I 
Anne wife to 
Walter Evd- 
ham [Eud- 
ham — Harl. 
1041]. 



Thomas 
Vele of 
London. 



Year not given. 
10 Jan. P.R. 



1625. Susannah, d. of M' John Trye. bap. 21 May. B.' 



172 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIIIB. 



WiU'm John Vele [de=pAllice d. of 
2 sona. Longford*] son 
andheire. 



Powell of Glos- 
ter Citty. 



Thomas [filius=Elizabeth d. of .... 
secundus^] Grimbald [Grimbald 

3 sonn. Hitchins*]. 



John Vele=f Joane d. of WiU'm Mary ux. Eich- 



of Lon£ 
ford 1623. 



Webley of Brook- ard Underbill 

worth [Brock- of Pocklaton 

worth*] in G-loster [Forkinton*]. 
Citty [ignobilis^]. 



Ellenor ux. Fran- 
cis Walwyn of 



John Veale 7 yere 
old 1623. 



I I 
[6.1] Bridgett. 



Elizabeth ux. 
Eoberti Pad- 
don of Lon- 
don. 



I I I 

oane. 4. Allice. 



[2.1] J_ 

3. Margerett. 5, 



Wtlt. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 21*. 
The mannor of Huntingfeild was intayled on S'' Peter Vele and Sisley and to 
their heires male 5 E. 3. 

The mannor of Tortworth was intayled on Ser Peter and Cisseley and to ther 
heires male 2 [_sic']. , 

The manor of Cherfeild was intayled on S'' Peter and Cisseley to ther heires male 
the 24 E. 3. 

Aems. — Quarterly of six — 1 and 6, Argent, on a lend saile three calves passant or 
[VeeleI] . 2, Quarterly or and gules, in the first quarter a lion passant- 
guardant azure [Masey*] ; 3, Salle, a lion rampant doiMy queued or 
[KmGSTONi] ; 4, Gules, two lars and in chief a lion passant or, an annulet 
for difference, Vyel [VtellI] ; 5, Argent, a fesse raguly gules letween three 
annulets salle [Torrington*]. 
Crest. — A garl or, enfiled tvith a ducal coro9iet gules. 
Motto.— Face aut Tace. 

Galfridus Vele=j=Matilda filia et cohaeres Harding 
sans data. I alias Berkley de Huntingford. 



Henricus Vele p'mus filius= 
37 Henry III. 



Kobertus=p 
2 filius. I 



Eobertus Vele de Chersfeild.=pHawisia filia sore ( 
I haeres S' Fagon. 



Eobertus fil. Eob'to. 



Petrus Veale eques auratus=f=Hawisia filia et hseres . 
quinto Ed. 2. I Kingston de Tatworth. 



Petrus Vele miles vixit 2 Eic. 2.=^Cecilia filia et haeres Massy de Charfeild. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



173 



Petrus Vele=pCatherina filia et ' 
miles. I Cleuedon militis. 



Johannis=Tho. Dominus 
Berkley Tir 
se'dus. 



Thomas Vele fil. et ha2res.=j=Hawes. 
^1 

Johannes Vele filius Thom£e.=pMargareta. 

Johannes Vele nono H. 6.=pAlicea filia Brokesbie. 
I 



I I 
Robertas Vele*=j=Alicia filia "Will'mus Vele de=pSusanna filia= Jacobus Berkley 
""' ■'"'■ ' et cohaeres maritus secundus. 
Vyell. 



John 
Pointz, 



Tortworth filius 
secuudus. 



David Mathew* of=Alicia fil. Will'mus Vele de Ouer=pMargareta filia W. Pheti- 
Kayder Knight. et her. in com. Glost. I place de Maydeneott. 



I III 

3. Peter Vele of = Anne d. of Jane wife of John Dorothy wife of May wife of 

Tynby in com. Thomas Lardge of Stoke. Richard Haynes Richard 
Pembrocia. Langer. of Southmeade. Bucknell. 



I 
Edwardus Vele i 
p'mus filius. 



Ouer=pCatherina filia Will'mus Vele=pEleanora fil. Jo. Ouer 
I Joh'is Hollaway. filius secundus. I de Wotton. 



Margarett ux. Anthony Elizabeth us. Tho. Agnes ux. Tho. Suzan ux. 
Bradstone. Pym of Wickham. Elkinton. John Large. 



Jana filia Geo.' 
Burley of 
Whistle in 
p'ish of Pot- 
tern in com. 
Wilts. 



=Edwardus 
Vele of 
Ouer 
p'mus 
filius. 



Nioholaus^ 
Vele. 



=Vxor suis 
fil. Ric'di 
Bridges. 



I I I 
Dorothy ux. Arthur 
Player. 



Catherine. 



Jo. Vele Eleanor. 

p'mus 

filius. 



I I I 

William. 



George. 



Nicholas. , 



Catherine ux. Samuel 
Creech of Yarnton 
in com. Oxon. 



These descents in later handwriting. 



174 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



I I 



I.I I 



I I 



1. Margareta. Thomas Vele de=pDorotliea filia Jo. WiUielmus 2. Edouardus 5. 

Nicholaus 6. 
Philippus 7. 



2. Maria. 



Aleston in com. 
Gloucest. 



Wynneate de 
Hampton in com. 
Midd. 



Richardus : 
Petrus 4. 



Susanna p'ma 
filia. 



Will'mus Veale 
p'mus filius. 



Helena filia 



Tho. Veele. 



SBaktman- 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 121 ; 1543, fo. 76\ 

Arms. — Vert, a saltire wavy ermine. 

Ceest. — A liori's head couped or, vomiting flames of '^fier" proper. 



John Wakeman of Drayton in com. "Worster.: 



William Wakeman of Drayton.=f:. . . . d. and heire of ... . Godespayne. 



1. William= 
Wakeman 
of Dray- 
ton. 



:. . . . d. of . . . . Clarke. John Wakeman Abbott of 3. Richard= 

Arms. — Gules, tivo bars Tewxbery and Bishop of Wakeman 

and in chief three cinque- Gloster ob. December 1549 of Nith 

foils argent. buried at Withington. Vide in com. 

catalog of Bishops. Gloster. 



Roger Wake-=p 1. John 2. Richard^ 

man. I Wakeman. Wi 



. d. of Allice ux. George 

. Pynoke. Badger al's Bagholt. 



d. of Stratford. =William= 

Arms. — Ermine, a fesse Wake- 
gules between three bezants. man. 



:Anne d. of Richard 
Trottman. 



.... Wakeman 
Bonn and heire. 



1. Edward Wakeman.=f Ehzabeth d. of Edw. Pert. 

1. Edward [Catherine mar'' to .... Hodges — 
Wakeman. in pencil Harl. 1543.] 



2. WiUiam. 3. Richard. 



2. John Wakeman maried 
.... Pecke of Norfolke. 



Richard Wakeman.=pJoane d. of . . . . Thornebury. 
Arms. — Per fesse or and 
argent, a lion rampant azure. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEBSHIRE. 



175 



Anne us. Thorn. 
Clotterbuck of 
Staueley in com. 
Gloster. 



Margerett d. of Edward=l. John "Wakeman of=f Ursula d. of 
NevUl lord Aburgaveny Beckford m. 1 Ann John Gifford 
and widdow of Nic. d. of . . . . "Ward and of Chillins 

Lewknor. widdow of Koger ton. 

Harlackington. 



Edward Wakeman. Thomas. 



Mary. Joyce ux. Edward Napper < 



com. Oxon. 



2.EichardWakemann 


f=Elenor d. 


3. John Wakeman Elizabeth ux. Margerett ux. 


of Kelsall in com. 


of Walter 


ob. in Barbarie Coming Thom.Deanes 


Suff. 


Windsor. 


8.p. 


Parsonns of of Coberton 
Kynnerton. in com. Oxon. 


Henry Wakeman 2. Thomas s.p. 


3. Richard 


} 1 1 
Anne. 


Catherine 1 ux. Thom. 


of Kellsall in — 


Wakeman 





Greene of Samfford in 


com. Su£F. 4. William. 


of London 


Ellenor. 


com. Essex, 2 to John 




Goldsmyth. 


— 


Harrington of Bishton 








Grisogon. 


in com. Sallop. 



sealbjp. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 96*. 



Arms. — Gules, a bend ermine, in sinister chief a talhot statant or, all within a lor dure 

of the second. 
Crest. — On a mural crown gules, a wyvern with wings expanded vert, pierced through 

the mouth with a broken arrow 

Edward Walwyn of Longfford in com. Herefford.=p 



George Walwyn of Stanlake=f=Martha d. of ... . Stratfford of ffarnecott [Farm- 
in com. Oxon. I courts] in com. Gloster. 



1. Edward Walwyn of= Susan d. of John Latton 2. John Walwyn of Swynden 
Stanlake in com. Oxon. of Kyngeston [Kingston^] in com. Gloster 1623. 
in com. Berks Esq. 



According to official record ia the Heralds' College. 



176 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTBRSHIBE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 87"; 1543, fo. 85". 

Arms. — Ermine, a /esse chequy or and azure lehveen three talbots passant sable. 
Crest. — A demi-greyhound rampant ermine, gorged with a collar chequy or and 
azure. 

Thomas Warren of Siiowshill=pChristian sister of ... . 
in com. Gloster. I Barnes Esq. 



2. Steven. 



IT 



I I 



Margery. Margerett. 
Jane. 



I I 
Scissely. 

Bridgett, 



1. Ricliard 
of Snowhill 



=Jane d. of . . . . Parsons of Overley 
[Overkay— Harl. 1543]. 



Thomas ■Warren=pMillescent d. of .... [Petifere— 
of Staunton. I Harl. 1543; Petifewe— Harl. 1041]. 



Christian. Margaret. 



1. Eichard= 
Warren of 
Stanton. 



_l I 
1 
Warren 



2. John 
Warren. 



=Jane da. of S' Tho- 
mas Astley of 
Woluey in com. 
Warwick. 



I I 
Giles. 



3. Richard 
Warren. 



Mary 
[Hester- 
Harl. 
1543]. 



Thomas Warren= 
of Pyrton in 



Lawrence, com. Worster, 



=Aiine d. of 

Palmer of Eod- 



way m com. 
Warwick. 



Thomas 
Warren. 



Millescent. 



[One other 
daughter — 
Harl. 1543.] 



ohn ' 



John Warren one of=j= Alice d. of John GuiUim Christian ux. Anne ux. William 
of Walthamstow in com. George Cooke Best of Bradway 
Essex. of London. in com. Worster. 



the cofferers clarks 
to King James. 



Millescent. 



Mary [et setatis unius anni et amplius cuius mater 
tempore hnius visitationis fuit gravida^]. 



[Arma supra depicta descripta p' Mercurium Patten Blumantel Gallice Latine et 
Anglice et p' W. Segar Principalem regem Armorum subscripta et confirmata.'] 



According to ofEcial record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



177 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo, il* ; 1543, fo. 62^ 

Arms. — Or, a hend Mwemi two mullets of six points sable, pierced of the field. 
Crest. — On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a cockatrice close argent, armed, 
combed, and wattled or. 

A confirmation of the coate and guifte of the Crest unto Thomas Weoley of 
Campden in com. Gloucester by a patent by Clarenceux Cooke dated xxv* of Aprill 
1580, 22 of Q. Elizebeth. 



Henry 



of Campden in com. Gloc- 



John Weoley of Campden.= 



John Weoley of Campden.=p 



William Weoley of Campden=pAllice d. of William Bovie [Bovy— Harl. MS. 1041] 
ob. 5 Aprill 1450. of Campden in com. Gloster. 



Thomas Weoley.=pAllice d. of . . . . Compton of Compton in com. Warwick. 

Richard Weoley .=rMargerett d. of Walter Ayleworth of Ayleworth Hall in com. 
I Glocester. 



Christopher Weoley.=T= Alice d. of William Sweteuham of Swetenham in com. Cester. 



2. Robert Weoley. 



4. Rafe 



e Weoley. 



Weoley of 

3. John Weoley. 5. Roger AYeoley. Campden 
1580. 



1. Thomas=pJoane d. of . . . . Elizebeth 



Savage of com. ux. 

Cester. Anthony 

Horsman. 



[Anthony= [Clement da. of Jo. ffox Esq. of Chaucom in 

Weoley North'tonsh. shee dyed and was bur. 25 June 

bur. 6 9''" 1653 and have a monument for them with these 

1643 — armes thereon : Or, a bend between two mullets 

Harl. of six points sable, jnerced of the field: impaling, 

1041.] Oules, a chevron ermine between three lions' heads 

erased argent, on a chief . . . . a fesse nebulae 

.... debruised by a pale .... thereon a fox's 

head erased . . . . ; all within a bordure .... 

charged with roundles — Harl. 1041.] 



Richard^ 

Weoley 

of 

London 

1625. 



-j\Iary d. of 
Will'm 
Dodsonne 
of London. 



2. Richard Weoley. 1. Thomas Weoley 4. Stephen Weoley. Mary Weoley. 

— 15 yere old 1025. 

3. EzekiU Weoley. 

A A 



178 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



miijittmtoiu 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fiF. 24", 38"; 1543, fo. 18". 
or and azure [gules — Haii. 1041], in dexter chief a 



Aems. — Gules, a /esse 

martlet of the 
Ceest. — A lion's head couped salle, charged ivith a martlet. 

Guy of Whittiiigton.=T=, . . . d. and heire of . . 

Richard ■Whittingtoii.=T= 



Malemore. 



Richard Whittington.=p 



John 



Whifctingto 



T 



I 

Robert "Whittington of S' Brevill.: 



Hyetfc of Glostersh, 



Thomas Whittington.=f=Alice d. of Thomas Ball of Monmouth. 



Thomas=pJone d. to John Downing Guy Whit-' 
Whitting- [Donyng— Harl. 1041] tington. 
ton. of Lydney. 



I I 
=Ann d.^George 2. John. 
to Mason. — 

John James 

Callis. 3 sonn. 



Jane wife to "William Charles first Joane. 
Bedowe. sonn. 



II II I 

Richard. Alice. Dorothey. 

Edward. Jone. 

Edward Will'm Richard Robert Whittington=pEleanor d. to Richard Moresley 



Whit- 
tington 
6 sonn. 



sonn. 5 sonn. 



of Cold Ashton in 
com. GloC 



[Mursley— Harl. 1041] 
of Derram. 



Alice wife to Richard John Whittington of Hamswell=rAnne d. to John Joane. 
Atwood. [Eet'is 19— Had. 1041]. I Chamber of 

I Maresfeld. 

[1.1] Will'm Whittington of Hamswell in=j=Joyce [Jocosa^] d. of William Branchard 
the p'ish of Cold Ashton 1623. [Blanchardi] of Barcheston [Bathestoni] 

in com. Somersett. 



II II 

[1.1] Anne. [3.^] Joyce 
— [Jocosa^]. 

[2.1] Mary. — 

[4.1] Sylvester. 



[5.1] Ellenor. 



1. Wm'm 2. John 

Whittington Whittington. 
[6.1] Margery. 17 yere old 
1623. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College, 
Newland, 

1617. Tacia, filia Eichardi Whittington de Noxon Park, 
Frampton-on-Sevem. 

1673. John Whittington and Abigail Young of Westbury mar. 27 March, 



bap. fuit 8 April. P.E. 
B.T. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



179 



Earl. MSS. 1041, fo. 95" ; 1543, fo. 113. 

— Quarterly of six — 1, Salh, on a chevron hefween three spears' heads argent 
\_proper^'\, emlrued gules [proper^], a mullet for difference; 2, Argent, a 
dragon's head erased vert, holding in the mouth a dexter hand couped proper 
\_gules — Haii. 1041] ; 3, Argent, three Mils passant in pale or [gules, attired 
ori] ; 4, Azure, afesse ermine between three eivers or flagons or ; 5, Gules, a 
lion rampant-reguardant or ; 6, Argent, three boars' heads couped close sable. 



Howell ap Jevan poll.=pMaud d. of . . . . Madock ap Treherne ap Madock. 



John ap Howell poll.= 



William ap poll ffils John.^pDorothy [Dorothea erased^] d. of ap Howell Price 
I [filia W'i ap Howell ap ryce^]. 



* John filius Will'm ap poU.=pAllice d. of John Lloyd Havad. 



Walter Will'm of the=rAUice d. of [W'ii] Nicholls 
Citty of BristoU. I [Nicolas— Harl. 1041]. 



Elizebeth d. of= Walter Williams=pJoane d. of Maiy 
Charles Chute of the Citty of 
Esq. 1 wiffe Bristoll. 

B.p> 



Anne vx. Will'm Peter 
Henery vx. Tho. of the Citty of Bristoll 

Davidson Aldworth. [ux. Eob. Wallis de 
[Dauison'] Blandford in com. 

2 wiffe. Dorseti]. 



Walter Williams 1 yere old 1623. fii-ancis. 



Wiimtoih 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 78 ; 1543, fo. 171*. 

Arms. — Qttarterlg of six — 1, Per pale gules and azure, a lion rampant argent 
supjjorting a tree eradicated vert [WtnstonI] ; 2, Or, a lion rampant-reguardant 
sable [GwAYTHEOTD ?i] ; 3, Sable, a lion rampant argent; 4, Per pale argent 
and sable, three fleurs-de-lis or [Williams^] ; 5, Sable, a plate between three 
totoers triple-toivered argent [Cairleon'] ; 6, Barrg of ten argent and azure, 
six inescutcheons, 3, 2, 1, sable, each charged with a lion rampant of the first 
[CecillI]. 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
^ Harl. 1041 gives the issue as from Elizabeth Chute. 



180 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 

Drugo de Balladon pater originalis huius frairLili8e.= 



Gwyn ap Gwayth wed sedm= 
[secundum^] C "" 
Wallise cinctus 
in Normannia. 



[secundum!] Collectaneus 
Wallise cinctus gladio milita 



I I II II 

•Emma. Hamlett intravit Wyonett et Beatrix. 
Angliam cum Wynebald. 

Will'mo 
Conquestore. 



I 
Drugo de Wynston D'n's manerij de Trewyn.=T=IssabeIl d. of S' WUl'm "Wallis Kn'. 

Ivo de Winston D'n's de Trewyn.=pJoane d. and coheire of Howell Caerlion. 

GUbertus Winston miles D'n's de WinBton.=T=Issabell d. and coheire of Will'm 

I Vallence. 

I 
John Winston of Winston=pJoane d. and heire of Reiginald Cecill of Penclough in 
and Langaren. com. Monmouth. 



I I 

Gilbert Winston.^p- • • ■ d. of John Hugh [Watkini]=rCatherin d^of S' Edward 

Abrahall [Abrelli] Winston of 

Kn'. Winston. 



Stradhng Kn', 



Thomas SitsiIt.=pMargerett d. and heire. 
J 

Phillip Sitsilt.=r 

David Sitsilt.=p 
^1 

Richard Sitsilt.=F 



Will'm CeoUl Baron of Burley and high Threaseror of England. 



Hugh Winston of Winston.=i=Joane d. of Howell ap Evan Sais. 

^1 

I 
S>- Walter Winston Kn'.=rMargerett d. of S' Will'm Walby Kn'. 



I I 

Phillip Winston of Langaren [Langarant^] in com.=p Walter Winston of= 

Herefford. I Painswick. 

B I c 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



181 



c| 



Jenkin=pElleaor d. of 
Winston. I Thorn. Carr. 



James=pBridgett d. of 
Winston. John Abrahall. 



Eichard Winston= 
of Painswick. 



Richard=pJane d. 



Winston. 



Margerett 
Winston. 



John 



of John Walter Thomas Winston=j=Mabell sister of 

Winston. Winston, of Painswick. William Hors- 

ley of .... in 
com. Gloster. 



Thomas Winston= 
of Painswick. 



=Jndith d. of Eoger Lanckaster of .... in com. 

Hertfiford [Hereford— Harl. 1041] and of 

his wiffe d. of . . . . Baker. 



Thomas Winston Docter. 



1. Thomas Winston of Winston.- 



Robert Winston of Winston .=r 



John Winston al's Jenkin^pCatheriu d. 



of Sorthanit [Sortharant^] 
in com. Herefford. 



heire of John 
Baynham of 
Southant Esq. 



Watkin Winston^ 
of Winston Esq. 



d. of . . . 



John Winston of=f=Margery d. of Mogen 
Southauant I Bisley of com. 

[Southanant^]. Gloster. 



Thomas= 


=Margerett 
d. of 


Elizebeth d. of=f 


Winston 


John Davis 


of 


wm'm 


sonn and heire 


Winston 


Smyth. 


of Lewes Davis 


Esq. 




1 wifFe. 



I 

=Walter Winston of=pMargerett d. and 



Runwick [Renwick^] 
in com. Gloster. 



Thomas Winston of Standish=pAnne d. of Thom. 
in com. Gloster. Burgh of .... in 

com. York. 



heire of Morris 
Pointz [frat 
Autonii ux. 
sec'dai]. 



I I 

Michaell Joane nx. William 
Winston, Garners of 

Blackmore Esq. 



Dennis [Dionisiai] d. of S"^ George=^S"' Henry Winston=pElizebeth d. of Watkin 
Bond of London Kn'. I of Standish in Vaughan of Bredwardyn, 

com. Gloster Kn' 



[.Jana ux. Lyson Parrie de 
Comitat haereif.'] 



I I 

[Thomas.i] 

[Henricus.i] 



[Joh'es 
Wynston.i] 



[Elizabeth ux. Fran. 
Browne.^] 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



182 the visitation of gloucestershire. 

Id 



Gyles, 


1 

Sarah ux. 


Ellenor ux. Lewson 


[Dorothea.i] Elizebeth 


Joane ux. 


"Wmiam, 


George [Jo.i] 


ffitz James of 


ux. 


John 


and 


GhurcMll 


Lewson in com. 


ffrancis 


Walcott 


George 


of the 


Dorssett. 


Browne. 


of ... . 


8.p. 


Midle 
Temple. 


* 




Esq. 



miinttx. 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 148. 
— Quarterly of six — 1, Cheeky or and sable, a fess argent, "Winter; 2, 
Argent, three chevronels sable, the upper one charged ivith a mullet of the 
first, Archodeacon ; 3, Argent, ttvo bars gules, a label of five points azure, 
Martin ; 4, Argent, on a chevron bettveen three rams passant sable, armed or, 
a crescent gold charged ivith another guhsfor difference, Sydenham ; 5, Sable, 
a chevron between three mermaids argent, Googhe ; 6, As the first. 

{^Quarterly — 1, Sable, a fesse ermine. Winter ; 2, Argent, a saltire gules, tvithin 
a bordure sable, charged with eight mullets or, Hodington ; 3, Asu7-e, three 
fish naiant or, Cromeltn ; 4, Or, two lions passant azure, Somert ; 5, Gules, 
a lion rampant or, Daubignt ; 6, Argent, on a chief azure tivo saltires or, 
St. Lis or St. Hilary ; 7, Azure, three garbs or, banded gules, Kevelior ; 
8, Azure, a wolfs head erased argent, Lupus ; 9, Argent, three mullets gules, 
Knovill ; 10, Barry ivavy of six argent and gules, on a bend sable three 
bezants, Golofrb ; 11, Ermine, on a chief gules three mullets azure, Bassett ; 
12, Argent, on a bend gules three {oval) buckles or, Cassy ; 13, Argent, on a 
bend engrailed azure, cotised sable, three mullets of the field, Throgryme 
[? Thurgryn] ; 14, Or, two barsfusilly gules, Tyrry of Ireland ; 15, Gules, 
a chevron ermine betiveen three lions rampant argent, Langton. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal corotiet or a hand and arm vested proper grasping three 
feathers, the dexter or, the sinister argent, and the centre one azure}'] 



John "Winter of com. Gloster.=j= 
^1 



1. "WiUi 



am s.p. 2. George "Winter.=i=Aime d. [soror^] and coheire of Eichard^ 
Brayne. 

John "Winter of Derham.=rMary d. of S"" "Will'm Brunker of ... . "WiU'm "Winter 
I in com. Wilts Kn'. of Clopton. 



1 According to oflScial record in the Heralds' College. 
Quedgley. 

1723. Thomas Winstone of Oldbury in parish of Stapleton, co. Glouc, 

and Albinia Hayward of Quedgley mar. 2 

1766. M™ Albinia Winstone, widow and relict of Thomas Winstone, 

Esq., of Oldbury, co. Glouc, bur. 30 Oct., 

Upton St. Leonards. 

1629. Hester and Mary, drs. of Edward Winston, bap. 28 June ; Mary bur. 31 Aug. B.T. 
St. Michael's, Gloucester. 
1627. John Winston of Barkley, gent., and Valerian Taylor of Wheten- 

hurst mar. 30 Nov. B.T. 

'.C.C. 9 March 



}P.E. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



183 



A| 



Elizebeth d. of=f= George =f Mary d. of Edward 2. 



Knowell 
of .... in com. 
Dorssett 1 wiffe. 



Winter 
of 

Derhani 
Esq. 



Rogers of Canington 
in com. Somersett. 



I I I 
John Winter. 



4. Henery. 



5. Cecill 
Winter. 



Elizebeth [nata ex coniuge primal]. John Winter 1 yere old 1 



' According to ofiacial record in the Heralds' College. 
' Newland. 

1612. Maria Wyntour, filia Will'l Wyntour de Colford, Arm., baptizata 18 Nov. 

1617. Anna, filia Will'mi Winter, ar., de Colford, bap. fuit 15 Dec. 

1619. Mat. solemp. fuit inter Joh'nem Duckett de Corsham, ar., et Jana Wintour, 

filia Will'i Wintour de Coleford, ar., 6 April. 
1622. Elizabetha, filia Will'mi Wintour, arm., sepulta 7 Jan. 

1625. WilPmus, filius Egidii Wintour, Esq., de Colford, bap. fuit 31 Julii. 

1626. Will'mus Wintour, arm., de Colford, sepultus fuit 7 Aug. 

1627. Tbomas Winter sepultus 21 Mar. 

1639. Ann, filia Edwardi et Janas Winter, bap. 2 Dec. 

1640. Margareta, filia Edwardi et Janje Wintour de Coleford, bap. 9 Dec. 

1641. Guilielmus, filius Edwardi et Janse Wintour de Colford, bap. 13 Feb. 
[?] 1652. Elizabetha, filia Edwardi Wintour de Coleford, gen., bap. 12 Julii. 

1656. Charles, the son of Edward Winter, gent., and Jane his wife, of Coleford, 

born 10, bap. 15 Oct. 
1673. Catherina, filia Giles Winter, gen., et Cath. uxoris, de Colford, bap. 10 Dec, / 
Dyrham. 
1594. Memorm. George Wynter, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Mary his wife,' 
bap. at Stoke, Wilts, 7 April. 
„ Mary, d. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Mary, bap. 6 Aug. 

1596. John Wynter, s. of John Wynter of Dyrham and M'^ Mary his wife, born 11, 

bap. 18 April. 

1597. Benedict, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and Mary his wife, born 31 Oct., bap. 

6 Nov. 

1599. William, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and of Mary his wife, born 27, bap. 28 Oct. 

1600. Henry, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and Mary his wife, born 24, bap. 26 Dec. 

1601. O'Bryan Wynter, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and Mary his wife, born 6 Dec, 

bap. 16 Dec, bur. 1 May 1602. 

1 604. Cecyll Wynter, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Mary his wife, born 30 Aug., 

bap. 18 Sep. 

1605. Elizabeth, d. of John Wynter, Esq., and Mary, born 11, bap. 26 Jan. 

1619. Elizabeth, d. of George Wynter, Esq., and of M" Elizabeth his wife, born 8 

at 8 o'clock in the morning, bap. 11 Nov. 
1622. Mem. that John Wynter, s. of George Wynter, Esq., and M" Mary his wife, 

was baptized at Cannington, Som', 22 Dec, as the said M' George and 

M" Mary Wynter do afiirm. 
1624. Katherine, d. of George Wynter, Esq., and of M'" Mary his wife, born 1, bap. 

10 M.ay. 
1626. Mem. George, s. of Sir George Winter and Dame Mary his wife, bap. 22 Jan. 

at afferet matu. 
1629. Mary, d. of Sir George Wynter, Kt., and Dame Mary his Lady, born U,J 

bap. 19 Nov. 
Lydney. 

1680. William, s. of Christopher Winter, 

1681. William and John, sons of Charles Winter, Esq., 
„ John, s. of Charles Winter, Esq., and Frances, 

1683. Ann, d. of Charles Winter, Esq., 

1684. Mary, d. of Christopher Wintour, 
1687. Alice, d. of Christopher Wintor and Anne, 

„ George, s. of Sir Charles Wintor, 



)P.R. 



bur. 14 July. N 
bap. 18 May. 
bur. 13 May. 
bap. 4 June. ) P.I 
bur. 5 Feb. [ 
bap. 7 Mar. 
bur. 23 July. J 
\_ContimMed overleaf. 



184 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 103 ; 1543, fo. 31^ 

Arms. — Argmt, a chevron engrailed saile between three fleurs-de-lis gules. 

Crest. — An arm in pale halited chequg .... cuffed . ... in the hand aJleur-de-Us. 

Wood of Gobrill [GobrelP].=r 



Robert "Wood of Brockthorpe=f=Mary d. of Richard Browne of [de Froome 
in com. Gloster. I p'ua^] in com. Hereford. 



1690. Hannah, d. of Christ. Winter and Hannah, 
„ Robert, s. of George Wintour and Sarah, 

1691. William, s. of Christ. Wintor, jun., and Hannah, 
M" Winifred Winter 

1692. Ann, d. of Christopher Wintor and Hannah, 

1693. George, s. of George Wintor and Sarah, 
1C95. Sarah, d. of George Wintor and Sarah, 

1696. Christopher, s. of Christopher Wintor and Hannah 

„ William, s. of George Wintor and Sarah, 

„ Christopher Winter 

1698. Sir Charles Wintour, Kt., 

1699. Christopher Wintour 

„ Christopher, s. of Christopher Wintour, dec'', and 

1702. Mary, d. of George Wintor and Sarah, 

1703. Thomas, s. of Anthony Wintour and Elizabeth, 
1706. Anthony Wintour, sen., 

1708. Elizabeth, wife of Anthony Winter, 

„ Anthony Winter 

ITIO. Daniel Wynter 

1713. Edward Wintour 

„ George Wintour 

1725. Thomas Winter 

1726. Hannah Winter 

,, Mary, d. of William and Mary Winter, 

1730. William, s. of William and Mary Winter, 

1731. James, s. of William, and Mary Winter, 
1733. George, s. of William and Mary Winter, 

1736. Sarah, d. of William and Mary Winter, 

1737. Alice Winter 

1740. William, s. of William and Mary Winter, 

1743. William, s. of William and Mary Winter, 

1745. Anne, d. of Edward and Mary Winter, 

1754. William Winter 

1756. John Russell of Monmouth and Mary Winter 

1759. James Winter and Anne Etherton 

1760. Anne, d. of James and Anne Winter, 

1761. Mary, d. of James and Anne Winter, 
English Bicknor. 

1598. Johanna, d. of William Wynter, gen., 

1615. Anne, wife of Christopher Wynter, 

1619. William, s. of Christopher Wynter, 

1622. Francis Dintriz and AUce Winter 

1623. Joanna Wintor 
Lea. 

1677. Elinor, d. of Giles Wintour, gent., 

1679. William, s. of Giles Wintour, gent., and Katherine, 

„ Charles, s. of GUes Wintour, gent., and Catherine, 



1674. M'5 Margarett Wintour, wid., 
St. Michael's, Gloucester. 
1697, Anthony Winter of Lydney and Elizabeth Jones of Awre ma 
' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



bap. 19 May. v 
„ 3 June. \ 






„ 15 June. 




bur. 5 Jan. 




bap. 19 Mar. 




„ 6 Aug. 




„ 6 Aug. 




„ 10 Nov. 




„ 5 Nov. 




bur. 5 Jan. 




., 23 April. 




„ 28 April. 




„ 28 Oct. 




bap. 5 Nov. 




„ 11 May. 




bur. 24 Dec. 




„ 9 Oct. 




„ 17 Oct. 




„ 4 Feb. 


P.R. 


„ 5 April. 




„ 1 Feb. 




„ 17 Mar. 




„ 3 May. 




bap. 24 Mar. 




bur. 25 May. 




bap. 8 Aug. 




„ 3 Feb. 




„ 13 Mar. 




bur. 16 Dec. 




bap. 13 April. 




bur. 26 June. 




bap. 4 Oct. 




bur. 11 July. 




mar. 13 Jan. 




„ 29Sei3. 




bap. 3 Aug. 




„ 6 Dec. / 


bap, 12 June. " 


bur. 3 Nov. 


bap. 6 Nov. tP.E. 


mar. 3 Nov. 


bur. 29 Mar. 


bap. 20 Feb. 


bap. 7 Oct. [ P.E. 


bur. 30 June. 


bur. 12 June. B.T. 


. by lie. 2 Dec. 


B.T. 



THE VISITATION OJP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



185 



Hale of 
Tuffley 
in com. 
Gloster. 



d. of=pRichard Wood of Brockthorpe=Mary d. of 2. ■William=f=Millescent d. 

in the Citty of Gloster m. to John Wood of of John 

his 3 wiii'e Scisseley d. of John Cooke of Hars- Flower 

Maney of Biddenden in com in combe in [Flowrii] of 

Kent [soror Ant. Meyney com com. Potterne in 

mili.i]. 2 wife. Gloster. com. Wilts. 



Richard Wood=pAnne d. of Walter Richard Wood=pMary d. of 
of Brockthorpe. ~ " " ~ "~ - — 



[3.1] Cassandra 
ux. Thorn. 
Rompney 
[Rumnyi] of 
.... in com. 
Worster. 



Vaughan of Her- 
gest in com. 
ford. 



of Harscombe. 



Thomas 
Roberts of 
Harscombe. 



Millescentiix. 
William 
Addis of 
Frampton. 



[1.1] Margarett. 
[2.1] Elizabeth. 
[4.1] Anne. 



Silvanus^ 
Wood2 
18 yere 
old 
1623. 



I J. J I 

2. Richard 

3. Anthony. 

4. Robert. 



Richard 
Wood 
3 yere 
old 
1623. 



Margarett 
6 yere old 
1623. 



Wood of 
Brock- 
thorpe. 



=E]izabeth daug. 
of ... . Hodges 
of Shipton. 



I 
Hester mar'd 
Tho. Phillips 
in com. Here- 
ford. 



I 
Margarett mar. 
Thomas 
Duning in 
CO. Gloster. 



Elizabeth Judith. 



Palmer of 
Cockrop. 



I I J I I 

1. Richard Wood. 2. Thomas Wood. 3. Daniell. 4. Rowland. Bridget. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 78 ; 1543, fo. 14. 

Arms. — Argent, three hars gules, over all three stags' heads cahossed or, o?i a chief of 
the last a wolf passant of the second between two pheons sable. 



Woodward of Great Deane.^ 



John Woodward of Deane.^p 



Thomas Woodward of Deane a younger brother.^ 



B| 



1 According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
- From Silvanus Wood is added in a later hand. 



St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 
1G25. Anthony, s. of M' Richard Wood of Bruckrupp, 
J639. Margaret, d, of W John Wood, 



mar. 18 May. P.R. 



iir. 9 Feb. •> „ , 
„ SMiiy.]"'^- 



186 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



3. A daugh. 2. A daugh. wife 

■wife to to ... . Pan-ey. 

Hardwick. 



Ann d. and coheire 
wife to Will'm 
Bridgeman. 



Thomas=pJane the daugh. 
Woodward I of ... . Yer- 
of Deane. worth. 



S' Edmond= 
Pelham. 



William Woodward of=pJane d. to William Salcole of 
Lincoln's Inn Arm. I Southlye in com. Oxon. 



Herbert 
Pelham. 



Margaret wife 
to William 
Cobbs of 
Allington in 
Kent of 
Grey's Inn 
Esq. 



Ellen d. of^pTristram 



S'Edmond 
Pelham of 
Catesfeild 
in com. 
Suffolk 
Knight. 



Wood- 
ward of 
the 

Mydle 
Temple 
gent. 



Elizabeth wife to 
W"" Waller of Old 
Stoke in com. 
Southampton 
esq. renupt Ed- 
ward Egerton 
sonn and heire of 
S'- Ralfe Egerton 
of Reynhill. 



Henry Woodward 3 yere old in a" 1623. 



I 
Mary. 



Hester wife to 
George Wal- 
rond of Al- 
borne in com. 
Wilts esq. 2 to 
Josias Doyley 
3 Sonne of 
John Doyley 
of Chiselton 
[? Chisel- 
hampton]. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 105 ; 1543, fo. 141. 

Arms. — Or, on afesse or \_guUs^'\ behveen three hoars' lieads erased dose salle c 

many mullets gules \_of the field^']. 
Ceest. — On a mount vert a luck couchant-reguardant gules [attired argent''-'], 

through the body with an arroiv argent. 



WiU'mWyatt [unus vaUectorii(?)=pElizebeth d. of John Nanphan of Bruchmorton 
Elizab. Eeginaji]. I [Birch Morto' ar.^] in com. Worster. 



John Wyatt of Tewksbery in com. Gloster.=T=Vrsula d. of William Cole of Northey 

I in com. Gloster Esq. 



John Wyatt of=pfFrances d. of Giles Tracye 
Tewksbery. of Nanton [Frantoni]. 



Elizebeth ux. Anne ux. 
John HUl. Robert Tun 



John Wyatt 1 yere old 1623. 



According to official record in the Heralds' College. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUOESTEKSHIRE. 



187 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 92". 
Aems. — Azure, three griffins segreant or. 

Ceest. — A griffin's head azure issuing out of a plume of ostrich-feathers, two argent 
and three or. 



WiUiam Wye of^ 
Tewxbury. 



Kobert Whittington.' 



John Edwards lord of the= 
manner of Eedmorton 
[Eodmorton^] and Tarle- 
ton where heelyeth buried. 



2. Eichard 1. Eobert=f= 
Wy. Wye. I 



Thomas Whittingfcon of=pMargaretfc d. and sole 
Lippiatt 2 sonn. I heire. 



William Wye of Lippiat [Lippeafcei].=rMaud d. and heire. 



2. William. Alice d. and coheire of=pEobert Wye= 



Grevill of 
in com. Warwick 
2 wiffe [uxor 1^]. 



of Lippiatt. 



=Jane d. of S'' Alexander Bayn- 
ham of Westbui'y in com. 
Gloster Knt. and heire to her 
brother Thomas [uxor 2^]. 



Elizabeth ux. Eichard 
Yate. 



I I I I 
Thomas. "| 

John. 

Eobert. 

Francis. 



I I I 
[3.1] Eichard Wye. 

[6.1] WiUiam Wye. V [Ob. 
[Ob. s.p.i] - I s.p.i] 

[4.1] Gyles Wye. 



4. Andi'ew Wye. 2. Francis Wye Ehzabeth ux. Eobert 

— of South Sarney Pabner of Blockley 

3. Alexander Wye. in com. Gloster in com. Worster. 
1623. 



J,'-' 



harles. 



George. J- s.p, 
Eobert. 



Alice [Catherinei]=pAnthony=pIssabell d. of = [Elizabetha filia Judeth ux. 

d. of John Cox- Wye of Eichard Boyle Eic'i Palmer de John Hag- 

weU of Cii-encester Lippiatt of Maresmore Bourton sup. thorpe of 

in com. Gloster 1623. [Maysmorei] mont. gen.] .... in the 

1 wiiFe [ux. 2i]. in com. Bishoprick o: 

Gloster. Durham, 



Susan ux. Eichard Derling of 
Tidenham in com. Gloster. 



Mary 6 yere Jane 5 yere Issabell 4 yere 
old 1623. old 1623. old 1623. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

* Awre. 1590. Anthony Wye, gent., bM. i March, B.T. 



188 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Earl. MS. 1543, fo. 75. 
Arms. — None tricked. 

183 of this Book, see more at large.i 

Jevan lord of Wynston Tide Herefford folio 63.=p 

1. John lord of=pJane d. of Keignold Cicill of 2. Gilbert "Wynston.=p 
"Wynston. Alternes. I 



Watkyn Wynston of Huyas in=j=Joane d. of HoweU ap Mande d. and heire us. 
com. Herefford. Eignion. Thom. Scisell. 

1. Thomas Wynston a 3. John Wynston=f=Margerett d. 2. Watkyn Wynston 



quo Wynston de Huyas of Wynston in 
in com. Hereford vide com. Gloster. 



of S' Will'm m. Margerett d. of 

Walbj 

Knigl; 



Walby Will'm Walbie [s«c]. 

" ight. 



I I 

Jenkyn Wynston=pCatherin d. and heire Joane d. and heire ux. David= 

of Wynston. I of John Baynam. Will'm Gernon of Lewis. 

Blakmore. 



John Wynston of Sandes in com.=pCatherin d. of . . . . John Davis.=p 

Gloster. I Mandefeild. I 



1 I 

Waiter Wynston.=j=Elizebeth d. and heire of John Davis. 

Thomas Wynston of Sandes in com. Gloster.=pAnne d. of Thom. Burghe of 

I Yorkshire. 

Winifrid d. of S'' George=S'" Henery Wynston of Sands=Elizebeth d. of Watkyn 
Bond of London Alder- in com. Gloster Knt. Vaughan of Pedwarden. 

man. 



In auuther hand. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 189 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 51 ; 1543, fo. 38. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, G^les, a chevron between three cross-crossMs or, in chief 
a lion passant argent ; 2, Gules, a cross engrailed between four fleurs-de-lis 
argent [in Harl. 1041 t]xe fleurs-de-lis are or] ; 3, Gules, a chevron or between 
three goats'' heads erased argent. 

Crest, — A lion's gamb erect gules, holding a cross-crosslet argent. 

[Matheus "Wyrrall fuit Vicecomes comitat. Gloucestrise Anno 47 Hen. 3.^] 

Jenkin WjTra]l.=rMargeretfc d. of . . . . Machin of S' Brevell. 

John WyrraU.=f=. ... d. of ... . Bryce. 

William Wyn'all.=pAnne d. and heire of John Ashehnrst. 



ohn 



John "Wyi-rall of Bryknor in com. Gloc.=f Issabell d. and heire of Eob. Motion. 
1. 'Will'm=f=Maud base d. of 2. Chi'istopher. Katherin ux. Joane ux. Henery 



Wyi-rall of 
Bryknor 



Tho. Baynham James Naylor Naylor brother of 

of Clorewall. of Newland 

in Gloc. 



II II I 

Anne. Katherin ux. John Elizebeth Mary ux Joyce ux. W"' 

Morgan. ux. W^ Shakerley. Warnfford. 
Morvent. 



George Wyn'all=pBridgett d. of George Winter [2.^] Edward. [4.i] Edmond. 
of Bryknor. of Derham [Dyrhami] in com. — 

Gloster. [3.i] John. 



2. George Wirrall of Barmood [Barnewoodi]=fMary d. of Thorn. Machin of the 
in com. Gloster Esq' of the body of King I Citty of Gloster widdow of 
James. Richard Parker. 

I i \ ^1 

[2.1] William. Thomas Wirrall 10 yeare old 1623. Thomas. [3. Joh'is.i] 
A 

' According to official record in the Heralds' College, 



190 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



1. '\Viirni=pCatlierin d. of . . . . Chadwell of Chipping Mary ux. John Gough 
Wirrall. Norton in com. Oxon. of Bryknor. 

George WirraU 24 yere old 1623. Sibbell. Phillip. Joane. Anne. 



1563. 
1564. 
1565. 
1573. 
1574. 
1575. 

1577. 
1585. 
1588. 
1593. 



1621. 
1623. 
1625. 
1635. 
1637. 
1640. 
1641. 
1643. 
1644. 
1658. 



1659. 

1659. 

1683. 
1685. 
1686. 
1726. 
1738. 
1798. 



1681. 
1685. 
1686. 
1694. 



Bicknor. 

Mawde Worrall, wife of William Worrall, gent., 
William Wramford [? Warneford] and Joyce Worrall 
John Morgan, gent., and Catherine Worrall, gent., 
Anne WorraU, gent., 

William Worrall, s. of George WorraU, gent., 
Edward, s. of George WorraU, gent., 
Edward Worrall aforesaid 
William WorraU, gent., 
George, s. of George Worrall, gent., 
Mary, d. of George WorraU, gent., 

John Browne, gent., and Anne, d. of George Worrall, gent., 
George, s. of William WorraU, gent., 
Johanna, d. of WUUam WorraU, gent., 
Anne, d. of WilUam Worrall, gent., 
Katherine, wife of WiUiam Wyrall, gent., 
George Wyrall, Esquire, 
George, s. of George Wyrrall, gent., 
WUliam, s. of George WyrraU, gent., 
John, s. of George Worrall, 
George, s. of George WyraU and Mary his wife, 
John Parker and Sibella WorraU 
John Dauntsey and PhUlippa Wirrall 
Bridget Worrall, gent., sometime wife of George WorraU, 
Thomas, s. of George Wyrall, Esquire, and Mary, 
Catherine, d. of George Wyrall, Esquire, 
Alice Wyrall, d. of George Wyrall, 
Jenkin, s. of George Wyrrall, Esquire, and Mary, 
Mary, wife of George Worall, Esquire, 
George Wyrrall, gent., and Susan his wife had a daughter 

borne the 10 daye of Maye. 
(Afterwards baptized by the name of Susanna.) [In a 

different hand.] 
WiUiam WyrraU, gent., and Anne his wife had a sonne 

borne the second daye of June, and was baptized 

George WyrraU, gent., .and Susan his wife had a Sonne 

borne 24 Feb., and was buried 10 April 1660. 
Pury, s. of Jephta WyraU and Martha his wife, bap. 

.... B. of Jephta WyraU, gent., and Martha his wife, ,, 

Martha, d. of Jephta Wyrall, gent,, and Martha his wife, „ 

George WyraU, gent., bur. 

Martha, wife of Jeptha Wyrall, „ 

Jenkyu WyrhaU and Harriett Mabbett mar. (lie.) 

George Wyrhall bur. 



bur 


21 Deo. 


mar 


8 Aug. 


„ 


lOct. 


bap 


28 Aug. 




12 Sept. 


J 


3 Nov. 


bur 


9 Nov. 




6 Aug. 


bap. 26 July. 




26 Nov. 


mar 


25 Nov. 


bap 


12 June. 




16 Nov. 




27 May. 


bur 


5 Sept. 




17 Jan. 




3 Sept. 


bap 


29 Sept. 




28 May. 


bur. 


15 Dec. 


mar 


14 Oct. 




6 Dec. 


bur 


1 AprU. 


bap 


10 March. 


bur. 


13 July. 


bap 


28 Sep. 


bur. 


15 March. 




29 April. 



11 June. 
6 AprU. 
13 Deo. 
11 AprU. 
31 Jan. 
11 Aug. 



J 



George, s. of George WirraU, gent., 
WiUiam, s. of WUUam Worale, 
Bridgett, d. of George and Mary Wyrale, 
Richard, s. of Ann Worale, 
WilUam, s. of Jephtha WyraU and Martha, 
Barbara, d. of Jephtha Wyrall .and Martha, 
Barbara, d. of Jephtha WyraU and Martha, 



bap. 



iB.T. 



i July. 

„ 30 March, 
bur. 29 April. 

„ 4 Dec. 
bap. 6 April. ( 

„ 30 Oct. 

„ 16 Oct. ) 
\_Cuntimied next page. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 191 



iate. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 147. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure, a fesse and in cMef two niuIMs or; 2 atid 3, 

Oides, a chevron between three crosses patee argent. 
Crest. — An elephant's head erased argent, eared and tusTced or. 



Morris Berkeley.=f= 

\ 

I I I 

Thomas Lord Berkeley. S' Kobert Berkeley Knt.=f= Simeon ob. s.p. 

I 
John Berkeley .=p 

I \ ^1 

EKzabeth ob. s.p. Margerett d. and.=pJohn Yate. Lettice ux. John West- 

coheire. I moncote. =r 

a| b| 

1700. Elizabeth, d. of JephthaWyrale and Martha, bap. 8 Nov. ^ 

1701. George Wyrrall, gent., biir. 17 April. 

„ Elizabeth, d. of Jephtha Wyrall and Martha, „ 28 July. \ 

1704. Mary, wife of M' William Wyrall, „ 24 Jan. ) B.l 

1714. Jephtha, s. of Martha Wyrrale, „ 16 Dec. 

1726. Robert Ryder and Sara Wyrall mar. 13 Feb. 

1733. William Worrell bur. 8 May. j 

Lea. 

1674. Ann, d. of M" Ann Wyrall, bur. 18 JIarch 

1684. Thomas Worrall and Catherine Powell mar. 25 ' ' 

1685. Mary, d. of Thomas Worrall and Catherine, bap. 7 

1686. Jane Worrall, a poor widow, bur. 5 

Lydney. 
1722. Edward Worrall of Newland bur. 17 Oct, P.R. 

Micheldeane. 

1685. Anne, wife of William Wyrall, bur. 7 Sept. "I p „ 

1697. William Wirrell „ 30 Aug. J" ^•"• 

Newland. 

1661. Rowland, s. of William Rainolds of Landago, and Ann, d. ") 

of Richard Worroll of White Croft, mar. 14 Oct. | 

1671. Maria, filia Joh'is et Mariai Wyrrall de Whiteoroft, bap. 15 Nov. }- P.R. 

1673. Edwardus, filius Joh'is et Marine Worrell de Whitecroft, „ 29 Sept. | 

1675. Mat. inter Joh'em Davis et Maria Wirrall de Yorkley 15 June. J 

Ruardeane. 

1631. Edward Worall and Joan Arnold mar. 15 Feb. P.R. 

St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 

1776. Selwyn James of Newnham and Ann Worrall mar. 21 Feb. B.T. 

For a full account of this family see the ' Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archaeological Society,' vol. i., p. 69. 



JIarch. "] 
May. I p ^ 
March, f ^•"• 
Sept. J 



192 



THE VISITATION 01" GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



John Yate.' 



[William "Westmancott.= 



Wiffiam Tate.= 



J 

Johannes "Westmancott obiit "Willielmus Westmancott 
sine p'le. ob. sine p'le.i] 



Eichard Tate.=p 
I 

Walter Yate.=f=Joane d. and 
I 



John ob. s.p. 
re of ... . Box. 



I I I 
[2.1] John. 

Gyles, j- Ob. s.p. 

[3.1] Mai-ke. 



Catherine Eichard- 
s.p. Yate. 



^Elizabeth d. of 
Wye. 



Thomas Yate of= 

Arlingham 

[Erhnghami]. 



II I 
Eobert. 



Walter, 
Christoph( 



IMargerett. "I Elizabeth. 1 

— ^s.p. — >s.p. 

s.p. Jane. J Catherine. J 



Eichard Yate.- 



Eichard Yate 12 yere [l.i] Abbigall. [2.^] Eebeckah. [3.^] Mary, 
old 1623. 



Arlingha 
1604. 



' According to official record in the Heralds' College, 
m. 
Thomas, s. of M'' Robert Tate, 

s. of M' Eobert Yate, 

Kichard Tate and Bridget Carter 

Thomas, s. of Richard Tate, 

Thomas, s. of Richard Tate, 

John Guys of Elmore and Abigail Tate of Arlingham 

Thomas, s. of Thomas Tate, gent., 

Richard Tate, Esquire, 

Robert Tate, gent., drowned in y° river Severn 29 July, 

taken up and (after the Coroner's inquest) was 
Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Tate, Esq., 
Ann, d. of Richard and Elizabeth Tate, gent., 
Marie, d. of Francis Tate, 
John, s. of Richard and Elizabeth Tate, 
James, s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Tate, gent., 
Joseph Tate and May Ayland 



bap. 23 Feb. \ 
bur. 3 Dec. 






mar. 7 Oct. 




bap. 24 May. 




bur. 3 May. 




mar. 12 Dec. 




bap. 21 Aug. 




bur. 4 Nov. 


B.T. 


bur. 6 Aug. 




„ . . Feb. 




„ 8 Oct. 




„ 22 March. 




bap. 24 April. 




„ 13 Aug. 




mar. 15 Oct. / 


[Continued next 


pa^e. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTEaSHIRB. 193 

Notes to Tate continued: — 

1680. Nathaniel, s. of Joseph and May Yate, bap. 13 Nov., bur. 15 Jan. 

„ Mary, wife of Joseph Yate, ,, 13 Nov. 

16S1. John, s. of Joseph and May Yate, bap. 29 May. 

„ Joane Yate, widow, bur. in woolen only 15 Aug. 

1684. Francis Yate bur. in woolen only 2 May. 

1688. Bridget, d. of Richard Yate, Esq., and of M" Elizabeth 

Yate his wife, bap. 5 Nov. 

„ Nathaniel, s. of Joseph Yate, bur. 21 Nov. 

1689. Joyce, d. of Richard Yate, Esq., and M" Elizabeth his wife, 

bap. 9 March, bur. 11 March 

1691. Mary, d. of Richard Yate, Esq., and M" Elizabeth Yate his 

wife, bap. 25 April, „ 9 July. 

1692. Charles, s. of Richard and Elizabeth Yeatt, gent., bap 12 Sep 

1700. John, s. of Richard Yate, Esq., ,. 12 Sep'. 

1701. Richard Yate, Esq", tur. 17 June 

1704. Charles Yate and Elizabeth Yate, gent., mar. 11 Aug.' 

1705. Elizabeth Yate, wid., gent., bur. 17 July'. 
1711. Bridget Yate, gent., ^^ 14 Aug. 
1713. Charles Yate, gent., "^ 4 May. 
1730. John, s. of Charles Yate, Esq., bap. 30 Aug." 
1738. Charles Yate, Esq., bur 14 Nov 
1778. M'» Mary Yate „ ' 22 Jan." / 

Frampton-on-Severn, 

1617. Isabell, d. of Robert Yate, gen., bap bur. 2 Jan. 1 

1637. Rebecca, d. of Robert Yate, junior, bap. 25 Jan! I ■ 

1699. Henry Peache of the parish of Arlingham and Elizabeth [ 

Yate of the parish of Fretherne mar. 21 Aug. J 

Frethern, 
1671. Joseph Yate and Margaret his wife mar. 29 Dec. 

Longhope. 

1693. Arethusa, d. of Nourse Yate, Esquire, and PrisciUa his wife, n 
,„„, „,. , borne 2" and bap. 16 March. I 

1694. Elizabeth, d. of Nourse Yate, Esq., and PrisciUa his wife, 
. _ „, borne and „ 14 Feb. 

1697. Charles, s. of Nourse Yate and PrisciUa his wife, 

borne 1"' and 

1698. Sophia, d. of Nourse Yate, Esquire, and PrisciUa his wife, 

„ borne 20* and 

1719. M™ PriscUla Yate, widow, 

St. Michael's, Gloucester. 

1660. John, s. of John Yate and [Anne] his wife, 

1661. Lawrence, s. of John Yate and Anne his wife, 
1665. Richard, s. of Alderman Yates, 
1689. Elizabeth Yate, widow, 

St. Nicholas, Gloucester. 
1684. John, s. of M" Richard Yate, 
„ Elizabeth, d. of M' Richard Yate, 



„ 9 AprU. 


B.T. 


„ 28 Dec. 
bur. 5 Jan. 


/ 


bap. 4 Oct. 

„ 9 Jan. 
bur. 4 Aug. 

„ 13 Dec. 


•B.T. 


bap. 25 Jan. 
bur. 6 June. 


JB.T. 



194 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



\_This Pedigree was omitted in its^jroper flace.'] 



MS. C. 17, fo. 17, CoU. Arm. 



kKa^.— Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, upon a lend gules three eagles displayed or, an 
annulet as a cadency mark ; 2, Or, a fess wavy hettveen six billets saile ; 
3, Azure, a fess hettveen six mascles or: impaling, Quartef)-ly — 1 a7id 4, 
Ermine, upon a fess gules three escallops argent; 2 and 3, Azure and a chief 
gules ; over all a lion rampant m: 

Crest. — A dexter arm in armour embowed fessways sable, garnished or, holding in 
the hand proper an ancient mace, handled sable, headed and studded gold, girt 
around the arm near the shoulder with a sash argent. 



Plaoitffi^ de A" 5° regis Johannis Pliilippus de Abviigton floruit apud Abington in=p 
assisa t'pe Kio. p'mi. qq^_ CantabrigiEe sub rege Eicardo primo. 



fAncelinus Abington de Abyngton.=j= 
I ' 
Philippus Abyngton de=pAmicia filia Baldwini de S'° 6eor< 
Abyngton miles. armigeri. 



WiU'mus Abyngton de Abyngton miles filius PlLilippi.=pMatildis filia .... 

Edmundus Abynton de Abyngton armig. filius et hseres.=p 

Johannes Abynton de Abyngton obiit 22 Ed. primi.=p 

WiU'mus Abynton=p Richardus Abyngton de Wychingford in com.=f 

de Abyngton. Wigorn. filius secundus. 

Unica filia et Willielmus Abyngton alias Habington=p. . . . filia Petri Delamore 
b^res Will'mi de Habyngton place in p'rochia de 
Abyngton. Winchiuford in com. Wigorn. 



mUitis qui floruit in com. 
Herefordise t'pe Ed. tertii. 



Richardus Abyngton filius=pMargareta filia .... Pauncefoote 
Willielmi. j de com. Glouc. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 

A| 



195 



Willielmus Abyngton filius et hseres Ric'di.=pParnell filia et cohferes Johan'is 

I Dumbleton. 



Willielmu8=f=Maria filia Alexand Erode- Eichardus Abyngton^ 

Abyngton. I ways de Postlip in com. de Brockhampton in 

GloHC. comitatu Heref ordice. 



Eleanora filia 
. . . . Hanley de 
comitatu Wigorn. 



Eichardus Abyngton=Jacosa filia et Doretliea=Joli'es Abyngton=Catherine 

de Brockhamton. hteres .... Bradlett de Henlip Coffer- fil. Joh'is 

Shurley in 2 uxor. arius Eeg. Eliza- Wyke. 

com betha. 



Nicholaus Abyngton de Dowdeswell in^pMargareta filia Eic'di Wood de Oxington 
com. Glouc. filius et hseres Willielmi. I in com. Glouc. 



Catherina filia . 
com. Glouc. vx. 



Bell de=pEichardus Abynton de= 
la. I Dowdeswell fil. et haeres. 



^Alicia filia Eic'di 
de Dowdeswell. 



Ancehnus. Anna. 



Abington 

filius 

secundus. 



=Juditha filia Edmundus-rCatherina filia 



Willielmus 
Abington 
2 filius ob. 
sine prole. 



.... Banks Abyngton 

de Shalford de Dow- 

in comitat. deswell 

Surriee. fihus et 



Edmundus Abyngton 
modo in Hispania 
cum Waltero Aston 
milite et Baronetto 
Legato regio. 



Anthonius Abyngton de^ 
Dowdeswell modo Pen- 
siouarius ordinarius 
Eegis Jacobi modo 
sup'stes. 



Eogeri Here- 
ford de 
in com. 
ford. 



=Elizabetha filia 
Eic'di Ingram 
de Earlscourt in 
com. Wigorn. 
armig. 



Maria vsor Fi-an. Barbara vx. Tho. Ash- Catharina Juditha nx. Jo. Ayleway 
Izod de Stanton feild de Shepton sub- vii'go. et moritur sine prole, 

in com. Glouc. tus Whitchwood com. 
Ox. 



Anthonius Johannes Abington=Catherina fiha Walteri Elizabetha desponsatu 
obiit sine filius et hseres. Sauage de Bradway in Carola Sauage de Ted- 
prole, com. Wigorn. armigeri bury in com. Glouc. 
moritur hoc anno 1623. 

(Signed) A, Abyngton. 



Genelogia istius Familis de Abyngton fideliter extracta ex archiuis regist. 
priuatis euidentiis subscripta per W""^ Segar Gartera' W" Camden Clarenceux et 
Ric'dum S' Georg Norroy Eeges Armorum. 

[^For Notes see overleaf. 



196 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 



Notes to Abyngton. 



Dowdeswell. 
1578. Frances, d. of John Abington, 
1596. Barbara, d. of Anthony Abington, 
Catherine, d. of Anthony Abington, 



1605. 
1605. 
1614. 
1615. 
1615. 
1615. 
1620. 
1629. 



bap. 15 May. 

„ 13 June. 

„ 28 Feb. 
Catherine, wife of Anthony Abington, bur. 11 April. 

Edmund Abington „ 13 Oct. 

Charles Savage, gent., and Elizabeth Abington, by licence, mar. 27 Oct. 



bur. 15 AprU. 
by licence, mar. 17 Oct. 

bap. 18 Nov. 
by licence, mar. 7 Feb. 

bap. 21 AprU. 
„ 23 Aug. 

bur. 5 Jan. 



M" Catherine, wife of John Abington, 
Francis Izod, gent., and Marie Abington, 
Savage, s. of Charles Savage, gent., 
Thomas Ashfield and Barbara Abington, 
Katherine, d. of John Abington, 

1630. Anthony, s. of John Abington, 

1631. Anthony Abington 
1634. John Abington, s. of John Abington, Esq., and Myrriel his 

wife, bap. 5 Aug. 

1640. Myrriel, d. of John Abington, Esq., and Myrriel his wife, ,, 28 June. 
1640. Elizabeth Abington, widow, bur. 5 Jan. 

1629. John Abington was one of those present at the induction to the Bectory of Whit- 
tington on the 30 June in this year. (Whittington Parish Registers.) 

John, eldest son of Anthony Abington of Dowdeswell, Esq., married Mirriell, daughter of 
Richard Berkeley of Stoke, Esq., by Mary his wife, daughter of Robert Rowe, and sister of Sir 
Thomas Rowe, Knt., Chancellor of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. (Berkeley MS., Lives 
of the Berkeleys, vol. i., p. 264.) 

1579. Licence for the marriage of William Abington and Ann Crank of Churchill granted 
at Worcester Diocesan Registry 27 Jan. 

1598. Mich. Fine levied between Anthony Abyngton, Esq., and John Abyngton, gent., 
and others del, of the manor of Dowdeswell. 

17 James. Easter. Fine levied between Anthony Abington, Esq., and John Abington, 
quer., and Edward Trotman, Esq., and Jane his wife, and John Aileway, gent., def., of four 
messuages, etc., in Dean Magna, whereby the same were recognised as the right of the said 
Anthony and John, saving the right to dower of the said Jane. 

19 James. Mich. Anthony Abington, Esq., in the Common Pleas, recovered against John 
Aileway a judgment for £200 debt and £3 damages secured upon his lands 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUOBSTBRSHIRB, 197 



^ Bote of £Suc1b a£l tune UiiSflaKmetr to ht no 
6entilinfn toittm tfje Comttg anti Cittg of 0lomt^ttv 

13 SlUgUSSt 1623. 

Edward Hill, Customer, of Grloucester neither gentilman of Bloud auncestry 

nor Armes. 
Thomas Baugh of Sandhurst no gent. 
Giles Hayward of the same no gent. 
Richard Harmer of Churchdowne no gent. 
Robert Dobs of Longforde no gent. 
Henry Cugley of the same no gent. 
"Will'm Hayward of Sandhurst no gent. 
Will'm Purlewent of the same no gent. 
Nicholas Roberts of Wootton no gent. 
Will'm Dunning of Lydney no gent. 
Charles Trippet of Awi-e no gent. 
Richard Trippet of the same no gent. 
Richard Younge of OuevUy no gent. 
"WUl'm Bays of Chaxhill no gent, 
Anthony Caylock of Minsterworth no gent. 
Joseph White of Huntley no gent. 
John Ayleway of Blisden no gent. 
John Morrent of Tidenham no gent. 
John Herbert of the same no gent. 

Those that were disclaymed at Textxburey the 15 of August 1623. 

John Wyniate of old Graunge no gent. 

John Wyneat of the same no gent. 

John Cam of Dymoke no gent. 

John Adis of Teynton no gent. 

Richard Ayleway of the same no gent. 

Thomas Heyward of Forhampton no gent. 

Thomas Jane of the same no gent. 

Richard Warren of Stainton falcely usurped Armes which were defaced and he 

disclaymed. 
Thomas Higgs of Cheltenham no gent. 
Richard Pates of Carlton Regis no gent. 
Thomas Gilbert of HarsefeUd no gent. 
John Wells of Endington no gent. 
Ralph Wood of Woolston no gent. 
John Wells of Lye no gent. 
Thomas Bennett of the Hawe no gent. 
Richard Higgs of Norton no gent. 
Richard Hatch of Teuxbmy no gent. 
Anthony Arnold of Minsterworth no gent. 



198 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 

At Wooton Undeeedse. 

Thomas Bick of Arlingham no gent. 

Mathew Smyth of Wanswell no gent. 

John Sauager of Sauagar no gent. 

John Mallet of Eockington no gent. 

Thomas Walter of Elberton no gent. 

Thomas Hicks of Cromwell no gent. 

John Chambers of Tresson no gent. 

Maurice Hancocks of Thornbury no gent. 

WiU'm Barton of Oldbury no gent. 

Edward Thnrston of the same no gent. 

Edward Tayer of the same no gent. 

Edward Higgins of Tedderiagton gent. 

Thomas Crips of Marshfeild no gent. 

Guy Lawrence of Gibland no gent. 

Nicholas Purnell of the same no gent. 

Laurence Heyward of Oldbury no gent. 

Thomas Beale of Geting no gent. 

WiU'm Hawkins of Winch combe no gent. 

Xpofer Merret of the same no gent. 

John Warne of Snowshill no gent. 

John Dauyes of Queinton no gent. 

Eafe Woodward of Wick rising no gent. 

Anthony Hodges of Bradwaye no gent. 

WiU'm Curtis of Ashton no gent. 

Richard Baldwin of the same no gent. 

James Wood of Buckford no gent. 

Richard Freeman of Battesford no gent. 

Richard Warne of Stainton no gent. 

James Warne of Greet no gent. 

Nicholas Mors of Micell Deane no gent. 

Anthony Bower of the same no gent. 

Thomas Bower of the same no gent. 

Thomas Perk of the same no gent. 

John Partrich of the same no gent. 

Edward Bower of Little Deane no gent. 

William Tiler of S' Breuills no gent. 

Edmund Dale of the same no gent, 

Richard Bond of Newland no gent. 

Athanasius Ely of the same no gent. 

John Jane of Brokwell no gent. 

WiU'm Monmouth of Englishe Bicknor no gent. 

John Hill of Bleots Court no gent. 

John Trigg of Newnham no gent. 

James Hawkins of Little Deane no gent. 

Tanner Morse of Flaxley no gent. 

Edward Bower of the Lea no gent. 

At Bristoll. 

John Ford of Pucklechurch. 
William Rose of Siston no gent. 
Thomas Walter of Stapleton no gent. 
Will'm Curtis of the same no gent. 
John Hart of Westbury no gent. 
Christopher Worley of Stoke Bishop no gent. 
Richard Wilt of Rudley no gent. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 199 

Eoberfc Kedwood of Bristoll no gent. 
Jenkin Lardge of the same no gent. 
John Visard of the same no gent. 
Israeli Pownall of the same no gent. 
Richard Pownall no gent. 

At Tedbury, 

Will'm Dangerfeild of Stonhowse no gent. 
Richard Robins of Harsfeild no gent. 
"WiUiam "Warner of the same no gent. 
John Michell of the same no gent. 
John Vnwin of Shipton Morgue no gent. 
Richard Showell of Nether Lippeat no gent. 
William Bennett of Standish no gent. 



APPENDIX I. 

PEDIGREES FEOM THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF 
GLOUCESTER MADE BY ROBERT COOKE, CLARENCEUX 
KING OF ARMS, 1569. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 70 ; 1543, fo. 
John Abrahall younger sonne.=pFrancis d. of Thorn. Peray Knt. 



John Abrahall.^pBlanch d. of Thorn. "Walwyn. 
I 



John Abrahall.=pAnne d. of Eoger Vaughan of Hergest. 



John Abrahall.=pElizabeth d. of . . . . Brudnell of .... in com. Buckingham. 
I 

"Will'm Abrahall.=rElizabeth d. of Rob't ap Howell of Pthire [Pthier— Harl. 1041 ; 
Perthier'] in com. Monmouth. 



ohn 



John Abrahall.=T=Margarett d. and heire of ... . Hampton. 
Robert Abrahall.=Elizabeth d. and heire of ... . Perchers of Perchers. 



This alternative pedigree is taken from the Visitation made by Robert Cooke, 
Clarenceux King of Ai-ms, 1569. (Heralds' College, D. 12, fo. 102.) 

Richard Abrahall.=Y= 
I 



Margaret da. and heir to=j=John Abrahall mar. d. and heir=pPeryn da. to S' Tho. 
.... Hampton. I to Ric. Moore 2 wife. I Whitney 3 wife. 

a| b| 

^ According to official record in the Heralds' College. 
* Note in pencil, in modern hand : This pedigree should be read from the bottom. Robert 
ap Eynon (Baynham) married Margaret dau. of ... . Abrahall, temp. Henry VI. (' Transactions 
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society,' vol. vi., page 182.) 

D D 



202 THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIBE. 



I I I 

Anne mar. to ... . Elizabeth sans "W" Abrahall.=pElizabeth da. to W" ap Howell 
Gilliam. issue. of Perthier. 



I 
John AbrahaIl.=pAnne da. to Diew Brudnell of Buckinghamsh. 

I 

I 
John Abrahall.— Anne da. to "Watkin Vaghan of ... . 

John Abrahall=FBlanch d. to Thomas Walwin Thomas second son. Elizabeth mar. 



of Abrahall. 



of Hellinges. — 

George 3 son. 



John Abrahall Edward Sibill mar. to Anne mar. to Elenor. Margaret, 
son and heir. 2 son. Eowland Hunt. Philip Morgan. 



Baritarti, 

Harl. MSS. 1041, ff. 32^ 36 ; 1543, fo. 24. 

Arms. — Quarierly — 1 and 4, Argent, a lear rampant sable, muzzled or ; 2 and 3, 
Gules, three pikes naiant in pale argent within a bordure engrailed of the 
second, a mullet for diffei-ence. 

Crest. — A demi-bear as in the arms, charged tvitk a mullet for difference. 

[The pedigree of Barnard recorded in the Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, 
fo. 132) commences with ffrancis Barnard 3 sou to Barnard of Suffolk, and the 
substance of that pedigree is herein printed in itahcs.] 

Eobert Barnard of Abington=pElizebeth d. and heire of S'' Nicholas 
in com. Northampton. I Lilling of LiUing Knt. 



I I 

S'' John Barnard Knight. Vtde Essex. Thomas Barnard of Clare=pMargerett. 

4s in com. Suff. I 

1. John Barnard of Abington. 2. Thomas. 3. fframicess Barnard 3 sonn to=f= 
Vide Northampton. Thorn. Barnard in com. Suffolk. 

John Barnard of S' Hellyns in London.=f=£'fea&e//i d. to James Joskins [Hoskyns 
—Harl. 1041]. 



203 



M. 

Barnard! Nycholas Ann wife to 
2 soun. 3 sonn [2-]. Edmond 

Kingston. 



Mary wife to Thomas 
Withe [Withoke— 
Had. 1041; Withole 
-D. 12]. 



I 
Edward [S^]^ 
Barnard of 
Flaxley in 
com. G\oc? 



=Eleanor d. to John 
Garaway by Vrsnla the 
d. of John Bridges of 
London Knight [Alder- 
man— Harl. 1041]. 



Elizabeth wife to 
Thomas Kuddall 
[Ruddall— Harl. 
1041, fo. 32"; 
Kiddall—Q. 12]. 



An7i d. o/=j=Jerome Barnard= 



Johi Ardent 
in com. 
Wigoni. 



WilFm Barnard 
son and heire. 



of Vpton 
S' Leonards 
in com. Gloc. 



■Sybell 
d.of 
Walter 
Bastard. 



Thomas 



I I 
Ann. 



Mary. 



BSaitUtt. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 25 ; 1543, fo. 4. 

Arms. — Quarterly per fesse indented argent and gules, four crescents counterchanged. 
Ceest. — A pheasant proper. 

[This pedigree has been collated with that of Bartlett in the official record of 
the Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 137), and wherein it agrees it is printed 
in italics.] 

Thomas Bartlett. =r 
^1 

Thomas Bartlett.=f= 

A| 

' Not named in the Visitation nor in Harl. MS. 1041, where Nicholas is called second son, so 
probably a surname has been erroneously used as a Christian name. 

^ According to official record in the Heralds' College. 

' For Edward Barnard of Flaxley see ' Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archseological Society,' vol. vi., pp. 286-293. 
* Flaxley. 



1568. Wenefred Barnard 


bap. 15 April. 


1570. Edward Barnard 


bur. 2 April. 


1588. Thomas Brayne, Esquir 


3, and Frances Barnard mar. . . May. 


1591. Jerram Barnard 


bur. 15 April [15 May— B.T.]. 


1618. John Barnard 


bur. lAug. 


1622. Anthonie Barnard 


[bur. 2 Feb.— B.T.]. 


162i. Anthony Barnard 


bur. 19 Feb. 


1629. Thomas Barnard 


„ i May. 


Westbury-on-Severn. 




1632. WiUiam (?) Barnard 


bur. 18 June. 



Barnard entries occur under Quedgley and Micheldcane, but they probably do not relate to 
this family. 

Will of Edward Barnard of Flaxley, gent., dated 25 March, prob. at Gloucester 13 April 
1570. Names two daughters Anne and Wynyfride, brother Nicholas, and brother Jerom. 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Henry Bartlett of Castell ilorton in com. Worcester.^ 

\ i ^1 

1. Thomas Bartlett 2. Richard Bar tlelt Edmond Bartlett^Aynes \_knne, 4:. John 

sonn and heir 2 sontie. Doctor of of Castell Morton. — Harl,1041] Barllelt 

sans issue. Phisicke, sans d. of Richard sans 

Clarice. issue. 



John- 
3 sonn. 



Thomasin d. to . . . . 
Sa2Kottes of Northamp- 
tonshire. 



I I I 

Joane m. Iscclell m. Eleanor in. Roger 

Thomas Richard Frewen [Screwen 

Brooke. Crowes. — Harl. 1041]. 



Richard Bartlett son and heire. Dorothey. Elizabeth. 



I 
Thomas Bartlett of=^Isahel.l d. to Richard 
Senbuiy [Semery — I Arnold of Hartlury 
Harl. 1543] in Glouc. | in co. of Glouc. 



Richard Bartlett^ Alice d. to . 
2 son of Castell 
Norton [.s/c] 
2 Sonne. 



Rudinge of Marten 
Hosentrey. 



Sir Henry Bartlett son and heire^. ... d. of ... . Button of Thomas 2 sonne. 
of Castell Norton Knight. I Hatton in com. Chester 
I (later hand). 

Sir Thomas Bartlett of Senbury=rMary d. of S'' John Dauntsie [Dauntesey — Harl. 
in com. Glouc. I 1.543] of Daunton Episcopi co. Wilts. 



John ob.=Jane d. to 



May 2°" m 
S' Giles in 
the Fields 
London s.p. 



Eobert Kelway 
in CO. Wilts 
or Dorset. 



Amy 
ob. 



Elizabeth wife to S"' Richard Katherine 

Cave by whom she had issue wife to 

Henry, mar. after to Thomas S^ Allin 

Yeates [Yates— Harl. 1041]. Butler. 



Lettice. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 20 ; 1543, fo. 9^ 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Ermine, on a canton gules a mullet or ; 2, Ermine, a 

fesse gules ; 3, Gules, a bend between six crosses-crosslet or. 
Crest. — A falcon rising argent, leaked, legged, and belled or. 

[This pedigree has been collated with that recorded in the Herald's Visitation 
of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 154), and is printed in italics as far as it agrees.] 



S' Anselme Bassett Kt.— Margaret d. 



Lemaheu. 



APPENDIX I. 



205 



I I 
S'" Edmund 
BassettKt.s.p. 

John Bassett 
ob. s.p. 



I I 
Margaret 
nx 

Sellers. 

Katherine. 



Isabels 
d. and 
beire. 



Pyncliard. 



S' Henrys 
Fui-ueuk. 



WaUer=pJoaire d. 
to the 
Lord 
Boteler 



ley. 



Elizabeth d. of=rSymond- 
1 wiffe. Pynch- 
ard. 



-Maud d. 

of 

2 wiflfe. 



S'' Mathew^ 
Furneulx. 



=Maudei sister of 
S'' Symon 
he Kt. 



S"' Symon^p 
Kawley 



Elizabeth^John Pynchard.=j=Isabell d. of 

d. of.... \.... 

1 wifFe. I 

Margarett ob. s. p'le. 



EdmoQd=pMargery Mary died 



Pyncliard 
alias Bas- 
sett. 



before her 
father. 



Symon Fm-- 
neulx. 

Henry and 
Thomas 
ob. s.p. 



Joane ux. S'' 
JohuTryvett. 

Eleanor ux. 
S^ Henry 
Haydon. 



Margaret ux. 
S>- John 
Beaupre and 
after to 
S'- Hugh 
Lougiands 
Kt. 



Avis d. of=j=S'' 



Sr. Ma- 
thew Fur- 
neulx. 



John 
Byt- 
ton. 



I I I 
Anne ux. Bald- 
wyn Mallett. 



Maud ux 

Berry. 

Margaret ux. 
.... Moutlert. 



II II II 

<S''' Sy-=T^^ciud'! d. of Elizabeth Bridget [Beatrice — S"' Ma-=p S'' John 

mond Si^ John itx Harl. 1543] ux. thew Bytton 

Basset. Bytton. Hampton. S'' Hugh Strode Kt. Bytton. oh. s. p'le. 



Richard Robert Basset of Yewley=r3Iar(jaret d. of Edmund S^' John 
in com. Gloster. .... Harwell Basset. Bytton. 



Gyles Basset.=fJane d. of . 

I 



Davis. 



John oh. 3. W'iUia77i. Isaheld.of... 

— — Madelyn of 

2. John. 4. Edward. Somersetshire 



-Robert Basset=f^Anne d. of . . . . Dorothy, 
of Yeivlcy. I Spycer and — 

widow of George Joyce. 
B I Shepard. 



In Harl. 1543 she is called MatUda, da. of S' Symond Radlighe, Kn'. 



206 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIEE. 



2. Robert Joane [Jane — Harl. 1543] WiUiam Bassett=r Jane d. of John Mary ux. 
Bassett ux. Robert Dancer 2 of of Yewley sonne 
2 Sonne. William Barnard of Wor- and heire. 



cestershire 



Ashe ofSomer- John 
setshire. Langton. 



Edward Bassett of Yewley.i=pElizabeth d. of Henry Lygon. 



' According to Harl. 1543 his wife is Mary, d. of Richard Calthrop, and sister of S' Martyn 
Calthrop, Kn', Lord Maior of London. 

* Adm'on of William Basset of XJley granted at Gloucester 22 June 1724 1 
Basset, relict and executrix. 
Uley. 

1672. Dionisia, dau. of William Basset, Esq., bap. 29 May. 

1675. A . . . . dau. of William Basset, Esq., bur. 19 Nov. 

1698. Ann Basset, gentlewoman, ,, 13 Sep. 

1701. John Worcombe, Attorney at Law, and Joanna Basset mar. 27 July. 

1705. William Basset, generosus, bur. 1 Feb. 

1710. M" Elizabeth Basset, widow, „ 11 May. 
,, John Jackson Euter and M" Mary Basset mar. 17 Oct. 

1711. Margaret, dau. of William and Philadelphia Bassett, bap. 6 Dec. ) P.R. 
„ The same bur. 19 Dec. 

1713. William, son of William and Philadelphia Basset, born C May, bap. 9 May. 

1714. Elizabeth, dau. of do. do. bur. 18 June. 
„ William, son of do. do. „ 27 Sep. 

1718. Margaret, dau. of do. do. bap. 30 Jan. 

1724. M"' William Basset, gent., bur. 16 April. 

1732. Feladelphia, wife of M' Thomas Twysell, „ 21 Jan. 

She was the relict of William Basset, and married Mr. Twysell, the curate of 
the parish. 
The name of Basset does not again occur in the Registers. 

Margaret, daughter of this Lord Thomas (Thomas I., Lord Berkeley), was in her father's 
lifetyme maryed to Sir Ancelme Basset, Knight, to whom and the heires of her body her father 
had formerly given (whilest shee was sole) the moytie of the imanor of Ewley in the hundred of 
Berkeley, to hold of him by the service of the fourth part of a knight's fee, and by twoe suits 
to his hundred of Berkeley yearly, which Ancelme and Margaret have issue John and Edmond, 
both Knights. John dyed without issue ; and the said Edmond by Isabell his wife, daughter 
and coheire of another Bassett, had issue Sir Symon Bassett, Knight, a gentleman as remarke- 
able in his tyme as any that then lived in his county, as more than forty records doe wittness; 
who by Mawd, daughter and coheire of John de Bitton, had issue Sir John and Maurice. 
S' John dyed without issue ; and Maurice had issue John Bassett, father of Robert Bassett, 
father of Giles, father of Robert, father of William, father of Edward, who by Isable his wife, 
daughter of Henry Ligon, Esq. (of much estimac'on with Henry, Lord Berkeley), had issue 
William Basset, father of William, still owner of the said moytie of the manor of Ewley afore- 
sayd, ward to the King's Ma"" that now is for his lands in the county of Somersett, holden in 
capite 1618. Of the younger branches, of which Edward and Isabell Ligon his wife, road after 
in the life of Maurice, Lord Berkeley, the fifth of that name. (Berkeley MSS., Lives of the 
Berkeleys, fo. 144. Smyth cites two charters in Berkeley Castle, and divers chartei's with William 
Bassett, Esq., and William Gibbs of Nibley.) It will be observed that the descents as here given 
by Smyth differ considerably from those in the pedigree. 

Smyth further says : And the said Elizabeth, the other sister of Sir Arnold (Ligon, father of 
Henry Ligon above mentioned), was maryed to Edward Basset of Ewley, Esq., of whom read 
before in the life of Thomas the first, who had issue, William Basset, Barnaby, Edward, Giles, 
Elizabeth, Margery, Susan, and Jane. 

[Continued next page. 



APPENDIX I. 



207 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 22 ; 1543, fo. 12. 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron saile letween three pineapples vert. 
Crest. — A handpi-oper holding a iiineapple or. 



Note. — Nc 
Glostershire. 



armes in the Visitation, but I 



seen this for Bradway of 



[This pedigree as far as it is printed in italics agrees with that recorded in the 
Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 147). No arms are there blazoned.] 



Alexander Bradway:- 



Thomas Bradway. ■=^ 
I 



First ivife.-=r Gyles Bradway.-=^Edith d. to Thomas llartijn. 



Ill I I 

Jane Gyles Christyan sanz yssu Edmo7id Br adway=f= Alice d. to Amye 

sanz 2 sonn. [3 — Harl. 1041]. of Poteslip in \ John Brad- 

yssue. com. Gloc. Stretfford. way. 



Gyles Udmond Bradway 
second son and heire. 



I I III 

Christian. Jane ivife to Blargery. Anne. 

WiU'm — 

Scramwell. Alice. 



The said William married the daughter of William Davy, who had issue William Basset, now 
in ward to the King, anno 1618. 

The said Barnaby Basset by Elizabeth his wife, daughter of John Dorney of Ewley, hath 
issue William Basset, Edward, Bobert, Elizabeth, Jane, and Hester. 

The said Edward Basset maryed the daughter of M' Danyell of Marleborowe, by whom he 
hath issue one daughter. 

The said Giles is not yet maryed ; since executed at Gloucester, 16iO, for murdring of 
Christopher Willis of Wotton. 

The said Elizabeth Basset was first maryed to William Clavile, by whom shee had noe issue ; 
and after to Thomas Poyntz, by whom shee hath issue Matthewe, Thomas, Joseph, John, Eliza- 
beth, Sara, and Martha, anno 1624. 

The said Margaret is maryed to Samuell Shellam of Woodchester, who hath issue five children, 
anno 1624. 

The said Susan is maryed to Michael Domey, who have issue Thomas and Elizabeth, anno 
1624. 

And the said Jane is maryed to John Deighton of Glouc, surgeon, who have issue John and 
five others, anno 1624. (JJM., fo. 628.) 

It will be observed that in these later descents the wife of Edward Basset is called Elizabeth 
Ligon instead of Isabell, but these names were frequently interchangeably used. 

1245. Philip Basset was granted a scarlet robe for himself and robes for the knights of his 
family Uke the knights of the king's family. (Kot. Claus. 29 Hen. III., m. 9.) 
Simon Basset was Esoheator for Gloucester 21 Edw. III. 



208 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Bra^ne* 




Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 26'' ; 1543, fo. 20. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Sable, on a fess 
between three buglehorns stringed Argent a 
hemp-break gules, Bratne; 2, Argent, on 
a bend sable three calves passant or, 
Veale ; 3, Quarterly or and gules, in the 
first quarter a lion passant-guardant azure, 
Sore. 



[This pedigree has been collated with that 
in the Herald's Visitation of 1569, and so far 
as it agrees it is printed in italics.] 

John Brayne.=r 
I 



I I 

Richard Brayne.=f= Thomas Brayne of Greate Deane.=f= Jl/asr?/ d. of WilVm Cachmayd. 

y T i 



Johiv=^ Thomas 
Brayn. Brayne of Litle Deane 

I sansyssu. in com. Gloc. 

Alexander Brayne sans yssu. 



Richard Brayne=^Jane d. and heire of Henry. George. 
John I)igus[D jc£i5 — — — 

Harl. 1041] o//Ae John. Guye. 
Lee in com. Gloc. 



TF«7/'m=Mary d. to . . . . 
Brayn widow to Sir 
2 soti. Richard Morgan. 




Oeorge^Joane d. 



Brayn 
3 sonn. 



Hopkins consanguf and heire to Richard Kekford 



vel Ketford. 

Arms. — Azure, on a cross or an oak sprig veii ; but Harl. 1041 
charges the cross -with five sprigs.^ 



Will'in Brayn son and heire. Richard 2 sonne. Henry. 



Marion. Marye. 



I I I 

Thomas Huntley. =^ Anne. Marian -u'ife John 

I to Tr™ Bray 

Bridgnh 



Mary [Jane']. Jone. 



1 This coat is very indistinct, and may- 
cross argent five eagles displayed sable. 



Thomas Brayn=f^Mary d. of 

of Deane son I Veale and sister 
4 sonn. and heire. and heire to 

A I Leonard Veale. 

intended for that of Dyoas : Gules, on a 



APPENDIX T. 



209 



Emme^ife 


Jane=r. . . . 


1 
Ilanje. 


d. of- 


=Thomas Braijne mar.= 


= . . . . d. 


to 


Brayn. 


Ham- 




Alexander 


to his 3 wife . . . . d. 


to ... . 


Sadleir 




lynin 




Baynham 


of Anthony Bridges 


Brayn- 


in com. 




com. 




de com. 


of Kemford in com. 


wood in 


Wilts. 




Wilts. 




Gloc. 
Knight 
1 wife. 


Gloc. arm. 


com. 
Gloc. 
2 wife. 



Eichard Ham]yn=p. . . . d. of . . . 
of Lee in com. ffortescue. 
Gloc. 



George=. ... d. of ... . Danyell 
Hamlyn of S' Whitts in com. 
2 sonn. Gloc. 



Edward 
3 soun. 



John Hamlyn of Lee. 



* This pedigree is printed in vol. yi. of the ' Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archaeological Society,' pp. 296-299. 
Little Deane. 



Gyles, s. of Richard Brayne, 

Mary, d. of M"' John Braine, 

William Brayne 

Edward, s. of Richard Brayne, 

William Brayne, gent., and Katherine Brayne 

Katherine, d. of M' Willia. Brayne, 



bap. 2 May. 
„ . . Jan. 
bur. 24 June, 
bap. 10 Mar. 
mar. 23 June, 
bur. 18 Oct. 



1682. 



1683. 



1684. 



1685. 



1692. 
1696. 
1701. 
1704. 
1705. 
1707. 
1715. 
1717. 
1722. 
1723. 
1724. 



gent., and Katherine his wife, bap. 5 Sep. 

■ ■ ■" , „ 13 Feb. 

bur. 25 Mar. 



Thomas, s. of William Bray 

Richard, s. of Richard Brayne and Susanna 

Ketford Brayne, gent., 

Margaret Braine 

Mary, d. of William Brayne, gent., and Katherine his wife, 

John, s. of M'' John Braine and Elizabeth his wife, 

Elizabeth, d. of M' James Brayne, 

Margaret, d. of James Brayne, gent., 

Elizabeth, d. of William Brayne, gent., 

Elizabeth, d. of William Brayne, 

Margaret Brayne, gent., wife of Ketford Brayne, gent., 

deceased, 
James Brayne, gent., and Mary his wife 
Mary, d. of John Brayne, gent., and Mary his wife, 
M' William Brayne, gent.,' 
M" An' Brayne, wid., 
Ketford Brayne and Mary Grindall 
Margaret, d. of Ketford and Mary Brayne, 
Ketford Brayne- 

Mary, d. of Ketford and Mary Brayne, 
Ketford, s. of Ketford Brayne, 
M' James Brayne of y° parish of Flaxly 
M" Brayne of j" parish of Flaxly 
Ketford, s. of Ketford Brayne, 
M' John Brayne 
There are a great many entries in the Little Deane 
refer to gentry. 
Newnham. 
1712. Jane, d. of Ketford Braine of Little Deane, 



bur. 



17 Sep. 
1 June. 
14 Aug. 
12 Feb. 
8 July 
bap. 29 July, 
bur. 1 Feb. 

„ 27 Feb. 



28 April. 
17 Feb. 
19 Nov. 
17 Feb. 
3 Dec. 
7 Dec. 
11 Jan. 
26 Feb. 
31 Jan. 
„ 21 Jan. 
„ 19 April. 
„ 1 July. / 
those not given here do not 



bur. 
bap. 

bur. 



bap. 11 June. P.R. 



' Will dated 20 January 1692 ; prob. at Gloucester 20 May 1693. Names eldest d. Margaret 
Mattos, widow, 2'* d. Rebecka, s. Eichard, wife Catherine, brother-in-law M'' John Brayne, 
Ketford Brayne s. and h., s. William, brother George, and brother James Brayne. 

2 Will dated 1 Dec. 1705 ; prob. in P.C.C. 22 May 1706 [Eedes, fo. 102]. Names Lettioe his 
wife, sister-in-law Margaret Teme, brothers Richard and William, brother-in-law Edward Yeme 
of Howie, gent. Describes himself as of Howie in the parish of Walford in the county of 
Hereford. 



E E 



210 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 115. 
Arms. — None tricked. 

[Collated with the record in the Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 109), 
and so far as it agrees is printed in italics.] 

Bruges of the Leijs.=^. . . . d. of . . . . Walwin. 
I 



John Bruges. Vide folio 8. James Surges. =r. . . . d. of . , . . Wood of Twinnye. 

Henry Burges.^Siblell d.of ... . Walter Burges.-^Catherin d of . . . . StorJcy 
I Bromich. I of Cheshire. 



I III II 

James'^f Margaret d. of Richard Robert John 4 sonne. Alice. 
' Jo. Monington. 2 sonne. 3 sonne. 



Katherine. 



I 

Walter Bruges so7ine and hein 



II II I I II I I 

6. Symon. 2. Eowland. 3. Thomas. James. Johan mar. to IF"* Anne 

— — — — White of Norton in vx. Jo. 

5. William. 4. John. 7. John. Richard, com. Hereford. Bede. 



James Bridges sonne and heir. '=f Jane d. of James Tonkins. 

I \ \ \ \ I 

John William James sonne Margery. Catherine. Mary. 

2 sonne. 3 sonne. and heire. 



* 10 Henry IV. Inq. p.m. Edward Bragge held on the day on which he died : a moiety of 
the manor de la Lee, in the Forest of Deane, of the Lord John, son of the King, as of the Castell 
of St. Briavels, by the payment of 15s. for all services, and the value per annum is 40s. Thomas 
Brugge is son and heir of the said Edward, and is aged 41 vears. (Inq. p.m., 10 Hen. IV., 
No. 36.) 

1 Henry VI. Edward Brugg, Esq., Lord de Lee, demised to Eobert Boughan for the term 
of 99 years a croft in Lee called Galled Croft, by rent of 12d. 

3 Henry VI. Edward Brugg, son and heir of Thomas Brugg of Hasfield, gave to Thomas 
Galbrugg of Gloucester and John Sands of Pendock all his lands and tenements in Lee in co. 
Glouc, also the bailiwick of the Forest of Deane. 

6 Henry VI. Henry Castell gave Edward Brugg, Esq., and others all his lands and tene- 
ments within the lordship of Lee and Eccleswall. 

26 Henry VI. It appears by inquisition taken at Cirencester that the same Edw.ird died 
■seised of Lee, 



APPENDIX I. 211 



Earl. MS. 1543, fo. 8. 

Arms. — Per /esse neluley argent and sable, three bucks'' attires fixed to the scalp 

counter changed. 
Crest. — A luck's attire fixed to the scalp sable. 

[Collated with the Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 148), and with the 
pedigree of Vincent 115, ff. 48 and 69*, and printed in italics as far as it agrees.] 

John Buck of Lastonashe Edw. in..=^Isalell. 
I 

Richard Buck in B. 2.^Elimbeth d. of . . . . Clyfton of Clyfton in com. Worster. 



T 



John Buck.=f= 
^1 

William Bticke.=i 



Richard Bucke of Nashe. ^Margaret d. of. 

WilVm Buclce Esquire=p. . . . daugh. and one of the heyres John Buclee=^Alice d. 
Sonne and heire of of Mychell Good [of Sussex— of Bibery m I of ... . 
Nashe. Harl. 1041] Lord of the Castell com. Gloc. 
of ffrome. ^1 

Keyielyn-^Ellyne d. of Tho. Nevill John Bucke of Bibery =Ellyn d. of Robert Ffox- 
Bucke. ' " -.-.-.,. 



younger brofJier of the in Gloster. ford of Mananton in 

Lord Latymer. Devon. 



Richard ^ Francis Buclce of Nasse in^Marie daughter to George Walle of Brod- 
■■ " ■ " wishe [Bevewishe — Harl. 1041] a7id one of 

his heires. 



2 sonn. the comit. Worcest. 



John Bucke mxi and heire=. . . . filia Tho. Ffoliot of ffrauncis Rachell. Jane. 
3 yeres olde of Nashe. Purton in com. Worster.^ 2 sonne. 



In a later handwriting, 



212 THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIEE. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. lOt- ; 1543, fo. 1. 

Arms. — Per /esse nebule'e argent and sable, three lucks'' attires fixed to the scalp 

counterchanged. 
Crest. — A buck's attire fixed to the scalp sable. 

[This pedigree lias been collated with that in the Herald's Visitation of 1569 
(D. 12, fo. 129), and is printed in italics as far as it agrees.] 

Mychaell BucJce.^ .... Cotlington.^. . . . d. andheke to ... . Gagner. 

I ^1 

I I 

Mathew Bncke.=^. . . . d. and heire to ... . Cottington. 



Thomas Buche.-=^Elizabeth d. to Thomas Brayne. 
I 



Thomas Buck.— Jane d. to William Mutton of S. 
I 

Mathew Bucke.^Margaret d. to Richard Tate. 

I I 

Thomas Bucke son=^Blanch d. of [James] Geo?-ge=^Agnes d. to=Ambrose 

and heire [of Ayl- I Thomas Hiate [Hyatt] Buck I John Cole. Damery 

herton — Harl. of Lydney. 2 sonn. 1 ' " 

1041]. I I 



I I I II II III 

James Mathew Thomas 1. Elizabeth. 3. Jane. George Mary. 

Bucke. 2 Bucke 3 sonn. — — son and — 

sonn. 2. Anne. 4. Margaret. heire. 



* Awre. 

1588. Margaret, w. of James Bucke, gent., bur. 26 Aug. ■ 

1638. Mary Bucke „ 2 May. 

167-t. Anne, w. of George Buck, „ 10 Mar. 

1680. George Buck „ 15 Not. 

1681. Mathew Buck, gent.,^ and Mary Greeninge mar. 4 Oct. 

1683. John Buck and Mary a Deane (at Gloucester) „ 9 Oct. 

1684. John Buck and Isabell Hall ,, 11 Oct. 
„ Anne. d. of John Buck and Mary his wife, trnr. 23 Oct. 
„ Matthew Bucke „ 27 Dec. 

1685. Mary, d. of John Buck and Mary his wife, bap. 20 Mar. 
,, Issabell, wife of John Buck of Awre, bur. 24 Oct. 

1687. John, s. of John Buck and Mary his w., bap. 8 Mar. 

1689. Issabella, il. of John Buck by Mary his wife, „ ..Mar. 

1693. William, s. of John Buck by Mary his w., „ 13 Mar. 

1694. John, s. of Thomas Buck by his wife, „ 5 Mar. 

1695. Thomas, s. of John Buck by Mary his wife, „ 31 Aug. 
1697. James, s. of Thomas Buck, bur. 17 Mar. 
1699. George, s. of Thomas Buck by Sarah his wife, bap. 15 June. 

Lydney. 

1716. M" Mary Buck bur. 3 Jan. P.R. 

1 Will dated 17 Dec. 1684 ; prob. Gloucester 12 January 1684-85. Names wife Mary, brother 
John Buck, nephew John Heiron eldest s. of Lawrence Heiron of Blakney, brother Thomas 
Buck, William Greeninge (deceased, former husband of his wife Mary), brother James Buck, 
sister Anne wife of Lawrence Heiron, and daughter-in-law Mary Greeninge. 



APPENDIX I. 213 

5Baunt. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 44 ; 1543, fo. 29. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, a chevron sahle letween three choughs' heads 
erased of the second, leaked or ; 2 and 3, Salle, a chevron letween three owls 
argent. (Vincent 115, fo. 39.) 

Crest. — A lugle-hm-n stringed salle, garnished or. (Not tricked in Vincent.) 

[Collated with pedigree recorded in Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 151), 
and with Vincent 115, fo. 39.] 

Simon Daunt.=f= 
^1 



Nicholas Daunt ol. 24 H. 6.=rAllice^ d. of . . . . Tracije. 



Nicholas JDaunfe ol. 1 B. 3 s.p. John Daunte.=r 



cho' 



Nycholas Baunte. John Daimte.=^Ann d. of Rolert Stowell=John Clevedon 

of Mere. 



2. Stephen 3. Thomas John Daunte=r3{arierg d. and co- Margarett. Alice. 



Daunte. ob. 9 July 

13 H. 



heire to Bolert 

Ouldpen. Maude. 



W I I I M 

John Daunte. Xpofer Daunte=^Alice (Anne) d. 4. WilVm Ann Jane. 

to Gyles Bassett Daunte. Daunte. — 

ofUlye. Alice. 



of Ouldpen. 
3. ffeor^e Daunte. 



WilVm George [Gylles Thonias Daunte son and^Alic^ d. to Wil- Ffayth r 
Daunte — Harl. 1041] heire of Ouldpen ol. 29 I Ham Throgmor- to John 
2 sonn. 3 sonn. Noveml.lGQ.JSHzaleth.^ \ tonofTorlworth Rogers. 



' Living a widow, residing at Wotton under Edge, 9 June 33 Hen. VI., vide Charter of tliat 
date at Owlpen, in wliich she names her son and heir Nicholas, and John, brother of the said 
Nicholas. 

' Christopherus filius et heres Johannis | Davnt de Owlpenn Armigeri obijt Anno | Domini 
1542 et hie jacet sepultus. 

Christopher Davnt | the sonne of Tho | mas Davnt the sou | died an Infant | An° Domini 
1601 et hie jacet sepultus. 

3 Thomas Davnt filius et heres Christopheri | obiit Anno Domini 1578 et hie jacet sepultus. 
Inq. p.m. taken 4 Nov. 19 Eliz. Died 29 Nov. 16 Eliz. Henry Daunt son and heir, aged 20 
years and more. 

Alicia soror Thomse Throckmorton de Tortworth | militis et uxor predicti Thomae Davnt 
filii I Christopheri viginti sex annos vera vidua visit | et obiit Anno Domini 1599 et hie jacet 
sepulta. 

In memory of John | son of Thomas Daunt, Esq., of this parish, died 12 day of June 1642, 
aged 22 years. 

Marriage settlement upon the marriage of Henry Daunte of Owlepenne and Dorothie, dau. 
of Giles Hussee of Silton, oo. Dorset, dated 13 Nov. 18 Elizabeth. 

•• Will dated 10 Jan. 1599 ; prob. at Gloucester 8 April 1600. 



214 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTEESHIRE. 



Henry sonn and heire= 
ob. 23 Eliz. 



yAomas=Catherine d. of S' John Clayton of 
2 sonn. Cheshire.^ 



[Giles ob. s.p. 39 Q. Eliz. [Frances d. and heire ux. John Bridgman 
— Harl. 1543.] a lawyer— Harl. 1543.] 



Gijles 3 Wiirm Daunt6=r'M.a.Tj d. John Mary. Joyse. Elizabeth ux. Thorn. 
sonn. of Ouldpen of ... . 5 son. Kingescott.^ 

4 sonn. Hutton. 



2. Thomas Daunte.=Suzan d. of . . . . Curie. 



Arms. — Salle, on a cross 
I pellettee. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 21 ; 1543, fo. 11». 
or five pellets, within a lordure engrailed of the 



[Collated with pedigree recorded in the Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, 
fo. 130), and printed in itahcs as far as it agrees.] 

Will'm Grevill of Campden.=p 



Lodwick 6revill.=|=Margerett eldest d. and coheire of Gyles Arden of 
I Drayton in com. Warwick. 



Will'm GreTill.=pJoyne d. of S'' Rob. Ffrancis. 
Rafe Grevill bm-ied in=pMargeret d. of Tho. Joyce ux. William Char- Margerett. 



the Priory of Wroxston 
in com. Oxon. 



Pointz of Frampton nells of Snarston in com. 
Cotrell. Lester. 



John Grevill of Drayton^=j=Jane d. of Humfrey Fostar of Harpden nere Henley. 
A| 



1 Sheperot in Cheshire. ' See pedigree of Kingscott in C. 17, fo. 119. 

' Here the pedigree begins in Harl. 1041. 



APPENDIX I. 



215 



1. S' Edward Grevile=^k.wa. d. of John 



Knight son and heir 
of whom there is issue. 



Denton of 
Scalton. 



S-^ Foulk. 



2. Rolert' 
Grevile 
2 sonn. 



S' John. 



■Isaiell d. of Christopher Wyn- 
cott of Bynton [Binton — Had. 
1041] in com. Warr. 



wife to 

Edward 

Morgan. 



Elizabeth d.- 
to John 
Kehe first 
ivife. 



-Thomas=Ann d. 



Humphrey 
Harbech 
[Herberche 
— Harl. 1041] 
2 wife. 



Thomas- 

Nevill. 

1 husb. 



■ Ann Grevill.^'RaMie 

Wescole. 



I I 

John 2 sonn. Bohert son and heir. 



Edward Greyile 3 son. 



iHpll 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 24'>; 1543, fo. IT^. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 6, Ermine, a millrind sable ; 2, Per pale gules and azure, 
three lions rampant ermine ; 3, Or, a saltire sable iettoeen four pears gules, 
within a bordure engrailed of the second ; 4, Ermine, two annulets interlaced 
sable, on a chief of the second three crosses pattee argent; 5, Quarterly or and 
^ azure, on a bend gules three escallops argent. 

Cebst. — A lion rampant or. 

[Collated with the pedigi-ee recorded at the Herald's Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, 
fo. 125), and printed in italics wherein it agrees. 

N.B. In the Visitation record the name is written Myle throughout.] 

Andrew Eerie. ^Julian. 
I 



John 3Iyll.=r Thomas Rous of Horscombe.^r-^afilda d. and heire. 

A| B| 



Huntley. 

1693. Charles Greville, gent., and Hester Brereton 
St. Michael's, Gloucester. 

1729. Charles, s. of D' Greville, 

1731. Charles, s. of D' Greville and Abigail his wife, 

1732. Mary Scudamore, d. of D' Charles Greville, 

1733. John Scudamore, s. of D' Greville by Abigail his wife, 
1735. Charles Scudamore, s. of D' Greville, by Abigail his wife, 
1737. Giles, s. of D' Greville by Abigail his wife. 



10 Sept. 



bap. 24 Deo. ") 
„ 20 April. 1 
„ 28 May. I 
„ 20 Dec. f 
„ 9 June. 
„ 26 July. J 



216 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIBB, 



Thomas BIyll of Tre)nyU.=f=JuUan d. and heire of Thomas Rous. 



A d. wife to Nicholas Thomas 3IyU^(Ma,TgSiiet) Margerij 
Fointz. 



of Tremyll. 



A. to ... . Tracy. 



A d. wife to ... . 
Cassy [of Whitf eild 
— Hai-1. 1041]. 



3. Thomas 
sanz yssu. 



S-- WilVm lltjll^Aron [Aronus— Harl. 1041] Frances 
Knight. ' dau. and one of the heirs to Edmond 

Wi7ichcombe. 



Thomas=^ J ocosa \Joys — Harl. 1041] 



Myll. 



d. to Sir Richard Crofts K. 



[Alice ux. Eichard [Ann m'' Richard 
Sliners — Harl. ap Gwillim — Harl. 

1041.] 1041.] 



Edivard-=^Jone d. to Sir Thomas Robert. David. 
Myll. Lonye Knight [of 

Draycott in Wilts — 

Harl. 1041]. 



Edmond. Anne. Sibbell. 



Anne. Mary d. to Christoi3her= Thomas Myll of 
— Baynham of .... in Harscomle in 

Susan. com. Gloc. sanz yssu. the Goivnte of 
the Citie of 
Oloster. 



-Katherin d. 
to John 
Davis of 
Burs ley. 



Robert. 



Edward. 
Will'm. 



Thomas- 
Myll 
2 sonn. 



=Mary Edward Myll 

Whitney, and heire of 
Horscombe. 



■Mary d. of ... . Mauny Elizabeth. 
of Kent and aunt to S"" — 

Anthony Mauny Knight. Jane. 



Will'm Myll 
a printice of 
London in 
Mark Layn. 



Richard. 
Thomas. 



Edward 
2 sonn 
sanz 

yssu. 



Thomas 
3 sonn. 



I I 
Will'm 4 sonn an 
Anthony 5 sonn 
both twynes 
Authony dyed. 



Join 



sanz yssu. 



I I I 

Ambrose Mary d. to=f=Pointz Myll=pElizabeth d. and cO' 

Myll ' ^ " 

6 sonn, 



Henry 
7 sonn. 



James 
Pekham of 
Yallham 
in Kent 
Esquire. 



1 sonn and 
heire of 
Horscombe. 



heire of John Syden- 
ham of Nympsfeild 
in Gloc. Esquire a 
yong'' brothi^ to Si^ 
John 'of Brinton in 
Somersett. 



I 
John 
9 sonn. 



Katherin. 

Mary. 

Elizabeth. 



Mary sup'stes. Elizabeth 



I I 

Ursula. Margaret. 



APPENDIX I. 217 

o | 

Humfrey Hugh MyU=r Rolert Myll=f 4^wes d. to . . . . Poulett. 

Myll. 2 sonn. 3 sonn. 



Edmond ob. s.p. Gawen. Joh7i 3Ii/U.=f=Beatrix d 

L 

3. Thomas. 1. WilVmMtjllF^Elizaheth d. and coheire Henry Myll=^Mizaheth d. of 
^1 to Harvy Hell. I . . . . Lawes. 



1. Wiirm=f=Elisaiethdaugh- 2. Thomas Mi/ll. fTimothea. Katherin. Johai 
MyU. 



3. Lticas Myll. Harl. 1041.] 



1. Wiirm MyU. 2. Henry Myle. EUzaMh. Susan. Grace. Mary. 



Wiirm=r Agnes d. of John Nycholas 1. Isabell. 3. Mylesent. 
. . Harwell. 3 sonn. 1 sonn. — — 

=f= 2. Francis. 4. Margaret. 

I 



II I II I I I I 

1. Nicholas. 3. John. Ehzaheth. Mylescent. [Eichard MyU mar. [Edward 

— — — Timothy d. of Myll— Harl. 

2. William. Ffrances. Margaret. —Harl. 1041.] 1041.] 



[Henry Myll of London Aid.— Harl. 1041.] 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 30''; 1543, fo, 1*. 

Arms. — Vair, on a^mle gules three leopards' faces or. 
Crest. — A leopard's head or between two ivings expaiided vert. 

[Collated with the Herald's Visitation of Gloucester in 1569, and printed in 
italics as far as it agrees. No crest is recorded in the Visitation.] 

John Oketvold of Sutgrove in Myserdon in=^Jane d. to . . . . 
com. Gloster [Shutgrove in Somyserdon — 
Harl. 1041]. A | 

FF 



218 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Richard OTceivold of 
in com. Oloster. 



^Elynor d. to Walter Pates of Cheltenham in Gloster. 
Aems. — Argent, a chevron salte between three 
■esses, on a chief of the second as many 
'ormee fitchee of the first. 



ogre 
forrt 



Ahjce Okewold. 
Amy Okewold. 



Thomas Okewold sonn and i 



Richard Okewold 2 sonn. 



Catherine Okewold. 



Anthony 

Okewold — 

3 sonn. Margaret Okewold. 



((^sljaltrstxin. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 31 ; 1543, fo. 22. 

Arms. — Argent, a mascle sable between three ogresses, in chief a crescent for difference. 

[This pedigree has been collated with that in the Herald's Visitation of 1569, 
and printed in itaUcs as far as it agrees.] 



Geffrey Obaldston of 



in com. Lanck. 



John Osbaldston of Osbaldston, 



T 



Geffrey Osbaldston of Osbaldston.=T= 



Dhn 



John Osbaldston of Osbaldston.=j= 
^1 



Thomas Osbaldston^ 
of Chadlina-ton.i 



Geffrey Osbaldston a quo 

in com. Lanck. {Vide Lanck.^) 



of Osbaldston 



B.T. 



1626. Morrice Ockould 

1662. Bartholomew Ockould and Margaret Hayward 

„ Margaret Ockould, wife of Jeremiah Ockould, 
1667. Edmund, s. of Bartholomew Ockould and Margaret 1 
1677. Jeremiah Ockoiild 
1685. Bartholomew Ockould 

„ Henry Ockould 
1692. Edward Ockold 
1695. Bridget Ockold 
1697. Richard Herbert and Sarah Ockold 
1711. Margaret Ockold 

1719. Elizabeth Ockold , 

1727. Edward Ockold , 

1750. Richard Ockold ,, 

1 " Thomas Osbaldston, by his deed dated 27 of H. 7, did give lands 
Test. John his sonne." (Harl. MS. 1041.) 

2 The Lancashire Visitation of 1567 corroborates the first four descents, and also the 
paternity of the third GefEerey. It does not, however, shew Thomas of Chadlington. 



bur. 4 July. ' 
mar. 28 June, 
bur. 11 Nov. 
wife, bap. 27 Sept. 
bur. 4 Jan. 

„ 4 May. 

„ 16 Dec. 

„ 18 Aug. 

„ 24 April, 
mar. 7 Nov. 
bur. 16 Sep. 

„ 19 Aug. 

„ 18 Sept. 

„ 28 Oct. J 
John Baldwins. 



APPENDIX I. 219 



1. John Osbaldston 2. WilVm Osbaldston of Long Compton- 
sonn and heire 1247. second son to Osbaldstoti of Lancash. 

Alexander Osbaldston of Long= 
Compton in com. Warr. 



Ill III 

■Elizabeth d. of John Mary. Ague 

Hastinge of Elford — 

in com. Oxford. Margaret. 



I.George 3. Will' m 2. Ffardinando=r Elizabeth d. of John Mary. Agnes 



Osbaldston 3 so7in. Osbaldston of 
on in 



George 2 sonn. Edivard 3 sonn. John Osbaston al's Osbaldston. Marge. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 77"; 1543, fo. 2». 

Arms. — Or, on a chevron azure between three carnations guUs, stalled and leaved vert, 

as many lions' heads erased of the first. 
Crest. — A popinjay proper, beaked and legged gules, between two carnations argent, 

stalked and leaved vert. 

Per Clarenciulx Hawley. 

[This pedigree has been collated with that of Pepwall in the Herald's Visitation 
of Gloucester in 1569, and is found to agree therewith, except that no crest is given 
in that record.] 

William Pepwall of Bristowe aiid=f=Elizabeth d. to . . . . Smytlie 
Coldasheton in com. Ghster. of ... . 



Tymothe Pepwall John Pepivall=Jone d. to Stephen Cole and loidoio to . 
3 son. 2 son. Pentecrist. 



1. Mychell Pepivell=^Anne d. Mary mar. Elizabeth maryed Susan 

to Davy to Philip to Richard Jones. to Richard 

ffobbes. Langle. Tonge. 



son and heire. 



William Pepwall Mychell John Pepwall Thomas Richard Mary. Toby 
2 son. 3 son. son and heire. 4 son. 5 son. Langle. 



220 THE VISITATION Of GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 20^ ; 1543, fo. 10. 

Arms. — Or, a lendlet sabU; over all a f esse guhs. 

Crest. — On a mount vert a hound coiichant tr [argent — Harl. 1041], collared and 



[This pedigree has been collated with the pedigree in the Herald's Visitation of 
Gloucester in 1569, and is printed in italics as far as it agrees.] 

Johfi Polei/n of Kingesweston iDFrEdith d. to .... [3 K. 5 — Harl. 1041]. 
com. GloBter 13 R. 2. I 



John or Henry Pohyn 3 H. 5.=r Henry Poleyn. 



Henry Poleyn 14 Ed. 4.=p 



George Poleyn of Kingesweston 18 H. 7 2indi^Margaret d. to . . . . 
2 H. 8 [20 H. 8— Harl. 1543]. 

John Po%w.=pFfriswyd IFriswith—Rarl 1041] [Henry Poleyn— Harl. 1041.] 
I d. to Gyles Gore. 

Edward Poleyn of Kingeswesto7i com. 61oster.=J.&e d. to John Large. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 26 ; 1543, fo. 5. 

Arms. — P«r chevron salle and ermine, in chief two boars' heads cotiped close or, an 

annulet for difference. 
Crest. — A boar's head coiiiped or, from the mouth issuing the hilt of a broken sword 



* John Polein did confirm by his deede in a° Ric. 2, 13. 

Edithe, wife to John Poleyn of Kingesweston in the countie of Gloster, ar., did give to John 
Polein theier in a" H. 5. 3. Seal of arms. 

George Poleyn of Kingesweston did confirm in a° H. 6, 26. Seal of arms. 
Henry Polein of Kingesweston did release in a" Ed. 4, 14. Seal Poleyn Crest. 
George Polein, son and heire to Henry, did confirm in a" H. 7, 18. 



APPENDIX I. 



221 



[This pedigree has been collated with a pedigree of Sandford in D. 12, Visitation 
1569, in Vincent 115, fo. 39, and agrees therewith.] 



Raufe i'i Rolerf] Sandford of Stowe=r- - 
in the com. of Gloster. I of 



Arthur Sandford of Stoive in the com. of Gloster. =^Jone d. of John Stratford. 



Thomas sonn=Dorothey d. 
and heire. to Henry 

Medoivs. 



I 

John. 



Richard Rohert Z^Mary d. to John Anthony 
Sandford sonn. 
2 so)m. 



Outte [Cuttes- 
Harl. 1041]. 



John MiicMow [of "Winchcomb=pJbMe Sandford. 
— Harl. 1041]. I 



Chrystyane mary^ to William 
Boivlton of Condicot in Gloster. 



Ill II 

Alice. Margaret. John Mucklow sonn and /wire. Henry 2 sonn. Jotie. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 22" ; 1543, fo. 13. 

Abms. — Quarterly — 1 andi, Sabk, on a f esse befweeti three sheldrakes argent a mullet; 
2 and 3, Argent, on a bend between two lions rampant sable a wivern volant in 
bend of tJie field. 

[This pedigree has been collated with a pedigree of Sheldon in D. 12, and 
agrees therewith as far as it is printed in italics.] 



. . . Sheldon of Rowley in t/ie towne of Stafford.- 



Mauricious [Morys — Harl. 1041] Sheldon 2 sonne.=p 



I 
Raufe=^. 



Sheldon 
ofBeley. 



d. and 
cohdre 
of. 



John Sheldon.=^. . . . d. to John Cotton. 
\ 



II III I 

John William Shel- Daniel John Sheldon. Richard 

Sheldon donof Aberton Slieldon. — Sheldon, 

of Lon- sans issue. Morris Sheldon. 

don. 



222 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Mary d. and one oJ^Will'm Sheldon TJwmas SheMon^Wiizdh^th. d. to 
the hdres of William ofBeley 1 sonn. 2 son [3 sonn — .... Kaylyns. 
Willington. ^ Harl. 1041]. 



Jane wife to .... 
KilloMll of Tedston 
in com. Wige. 



of CJiildes 
Wycon. 



■Elizabetli d. to 
Richard Lygon 



^Aowas^Margaret d. to 
SlieUon Henry Develes 
2 sonn. Knight. 



Raufe Sheldon [3 sonn 
—Harl. 1041] . 



Francis [2 sonn Will': 
—Harl. 1041]. 



Harl, MSS. 1041, fo. 43" ; 1543, 



Aems.i — Crules, two lions passant argent; over all a iendlet ermine. 
Cebst. — Out of clouds, two hands clasped, all proper. 

[This pedigree has been collated with the pedigree of Strange in the Herald's 
Visitation of 1569 (D. 12, fo. 144), and agrees therewith as far as it is printed in 
italics.] 

Richard Strang 6.=^ 

William Strange.=rElizaleth d. to Richard Fare of Evesham. 
I 

Ann d. to Henry=^?iw d. to Mychaell^Rolert Strange of tJie=^Joam d. 



Horsman first Lygon of Beau- 
wife. clmmp Court. 



towne of Cirencester : 
com. Gloc. 



Hitchman [Hyeth- 
man — Harl. 
1041]. 



Roger Myclmell Margaret ux. Elizabeth''' Margaret wife to Ann ivife 

[Robert — Strange Alesworth [Anne — John [George — Christopher 

Harl. [Adesworth Harl. 1041] Harl. 1041] 

1041] —Harl. wife to 

Strawnge. 1041]. Thomas 

Webb. 



' In D. 12 Strange impales shield of twelve quarters : il, Argent, two lions" passant double 
queued ; 2, Gules, a fess argent in chief two mullets or ; 3, Azure, upon abend or .... ; i, Argent, 
fretty gules ; 5, Or, a cross azure voided ; 6, Gules, three lions passant argent ; 7, Gules, a fess 
between six martlets or ; 8. Per pale or and gules, three roundels counterchanged ; 9, Argent, 
upon a fess azure three fleurs-de-lis ; 10, Argent, a bend between six martlets, differenced with 
a crescent ; 11, Argent, a lion rampant per fess gules and sable ; 12, Or, a fret gules. 

' In Harl. 1543 Anne has been erased and Elizabeth substituted. 



APPENDIX II. 

PEDIGREES 

PEOM 

THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIEE, 1582- 



35astf)0tt alias Bati^er. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 37 ; 1543, fo. B0\ 

AniiS. — Qtmrterly — 1, Ermine, on a lend gules three eagles displayed or ; 2, 
Quarterly — i and iv, Or, a f esse bettveen two chevrons sable; ii and iii. Azure, 
three eagles displayed or, a canton ermine; 3, Argent [or — Harl. 1041], two 
bars dancette'e gules bettveen nine flint-stones, three, three, and three, azure ; 
4 [Harl. 1543 only]. Argent, two bars gules, each charged with three plates. 

Crest. — A buck's head cabossed sable ["russet" — Harl. 1041], attired argent, 
between tlie attires a greyhound courant of the second, collared gules. 

Thomas Bagehofct al's Badger.=p Alice d. of . . . . 



William Bagehott al's Badger of=rAlice d. of John Marfcyn of Calkley [Chalkeley 
Hallplace in com. Gloc. — Harl. 1041] in com. Gloc. 



Edward Charles Elizabeth wife to John Amye wife to Danyell Perte. 
5 sonn. 6 sonn. Slauter. 



William sonn and George 3 sonn Guy 4 sonn. Eichard Bagehott=rMary d. of 
heire sanz yssu. vide Lester. al's Badger. j Richard 



Ann. Wiil'm Bagehott. A daughter. 



Prestbury. 






1606. 


Eichard, 8. of William Baghott, 


bap. 26 June, n 


„ 


William, s. of M' Edmund Badgehott al's Badger, 


„ 5 Oct. 




1607. 


Margaret, d. of . . . . al's Badger, 


„ . . Oct. 




1612. 


Elnor, d. of M' Edmond Badgehott, 


„ 7 April. 






Edward Badgehott al's Badger, gent., 


bur. 7 Aug. 




1613. 


Anne, d. of M' Edmonde Badghott, 


bap. 9 June. 


\ R T 
ti.l. 


„ 


Elnor, d. of M' Edmunde Badghott, 


bur. 10 Aug. 




1625. 


Katherine, wife of Edmunde Badgyer, gent., 


„ 23(?)Aug. 




1636. 


Elizabeth Badghott, d. of M' Richard Badgott, gent., 


bap. 29 Jan. 




1662. 


Kichard Bagehott 


bur. 8 Sept. 




1663. 


Margaret Eager 

M'' Francis Bagehott 


„ 23 Nov. 




1676. 


„ 20 Oct. > 








IContinued ov 


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224 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 34 ; 1543, fo. 25''. 

Arms. — Gules, on a chevron argent three estoiks sable, a martlet for difference : im- 
imlmg, Quarterly — 1 and 4, Per imle dancettee or and gules ; 2 and 3, Azure, 
flory argent, a lion rampant-regardant of the second. 

Crest. — A stag's head argent, attired or, gorged loith two lars-gemeUes gules. 

[This pedigree has been collated with that recorded in Vincent 115, fo. 33, and 
as far as it agrees is printed in italics.] 

WilTni Carr of Ipeswich is=f=Margaret daughter to Olyver Holland 
descended of a forth brother and sister to one of the getitlemen 
of Care of the north. setvers to Henry the 8. 



Nicholas Carr sanz WilVm Carr of the Citty of=^Joyes d. to Thomas Bilford. 

yssu. Bristowe. I 



1684. William Bagehott, gent., and M" Anne Delabere mar. 29 May. 

„ Frances Badger bur. 8 July. 

1686. John, s. of William Badghott. gent., bap. 30 April. 

1687. Frances, d. of William Badgehott, gent., „ 7 Dec. 

1689. Anne, d. of William Badgehott, gent., „ 20 July. 

1690. William, s. of William Badgehott, gent., „ 8 March. 

1691. Edward, s. of William Badgehott, gent., „ 13 Feb. 

1698. M" Sarah Bagehott bur. 20 Feb. 
„ Thomas, s. of William Bagehott, gent., bap. 22 Sept. 
„ Elizabeth Bagehott bur. 6 Feb. 

1694. M' John Bagehott, s. of William Bagehott, gent., „ 1 April. 

1695. Joane Bagehott bap. 31 Oct. 
1697. Mary, d. of William Bagehott, gent., „ 28 Sept. 

1699. Margaret, d. of William Bagehott, gent., and Anne his wife, „ 13 Feb. 

1701. John, s. of William Baghott, gent., and Anne his wife, 

bap. 28 March, bur. 17 Nov. 

1702. Grace, d. of William Baghott, gent., and Anne his wife, bap. 3 June. 

1703. Elizabeth, d. of William Baghot, gent., and Anne his wife, 

bap. 1 Nov., bur. 3 Nov. 

1705. Joan, d. of William Baghot, gent., and Anne his wife, „ 21 July. 

1706. Kinard, s. of William Baghot, gent., and Anne his wife, V B.T. 

bap. 26 July, bur. 10 Aug. 

1707. Hester, d. of William Baghot, gent., and Anne his ivife, 

bap. 24 July, bur. 1 Aug. 

1720. M' William Hains of Gloucester and M" Frances Baghot mar. 25 Oct. 

1726. Anne, d. of M"' William Baghot and Hester his wife, bap. 17 April. 

1727. Hester, d. of M' William Bagot and Hester his wife, 

bap. 12 June, bur. 13 June. 

1728. Kinard, s. of M"' William Baghot and Hester his wife, bap. 7 AprU. 
1732. Anne, d. of M' Thomas Baghot and Anne his wife, 

bap. 22 Aug., bur. 25 Oct. 

1735. Hester, d. of William Baghot Delabere, Esq., and Anne [sic, 

but 1 Hester] his wife, „ 4 March. 

1736. Elizabeth, d. of William Baghot Delabere, Esq., and Hester 

his wife, bap. 16 Jan. 

1737. Elizabeth, d. of M' Thomas Baghott and Anne his wife, „ 7 Feb. 
1740. Grace, d. of William Baghott Delabere and Hester his wife, „ 15 June. 
1742. Richard, s. of Willi.am Baghot Delabere, Esq., and Hester 

his wife, „ 12 Oct. 
1744. Katheriu, d. of William Baghot Delabere, Esq., and Hester 

his wife, „ 9 April. ^ 

[ Conti7iued next page. 



APPENDIX II. 



WilVm Younge.—An7ie. 



A|_ 

Edward Can 2 smm of the 
age of xsiiij. 



Ahjes wife to Richard 
Coles. 



John Carr sonne and Mre'^rAnne d. io . . . . John Ashe lAshehj=rMargeri/. 

of the age of XXX yers. \ Ffarrar of Nor- — Earl. 1041]. 

wich. 



I III I 

WiWm Thomas Elhjn. Richard so 

2 Sonne. 3 sonne. — and heire. 
Annes. 



I I I I 

Robert Thomas Mary Ann 
i: sonne. Ashleg. Asheley. Ashley. 



Earl. MSS. 1041, fo. 38 ; 1543, fo. 3. 
Arms. — None tricked. 
[Collated with pedigree in Vincent 115, fo. 145, and printed in italics as far as 
it agrees.] 

Thomas Clapton of Clopton.=^ 

Thomas Clopton of Snythefeld [Snytterfyld=r .... Clopton 

—Earl. 1041] 2 sonn. I of Clopton. 



Henry Clopton. =rBlizaleth d. and one of the heires of George Goodman. 

John Clopton sonn=rKatharen d. to John Washehorne 
and heire. [Washiborne — Earl. 1041]. 



Anthony Clopton set. 7, 1589. Agnes alias Ann [Anne— Earl. 1041] 



1744. William, s. of M' Thomas and Anne Baghot, 

1748. Mary Baghott 

1762. The EeV^ Thomas Baghott of Naunton 

[He was instituted to the Rectory of Naunton 1740.] 

1764. M' Edward Baghott 

William Baghott Delabere 

1768. Anne, widow of the Rev* Thomas Baghot, 
„ Catherine Baghot De La Bere 

1769. M" Anne Baghot 

1770. M" Grace Baghott 

1779. Kinard Baghott, clerk, Vicar, 

1783. M" Hester Baghott Delabere of Southam 

1786. M" Margaret Baghott 

1794. Elizabeth, widow of Kinard Baghot, clerk, 

1804. Thomas Baghott, Esq., 



bur. 23 March. 
8 Oct. 
14 Dec. 

29 Jan. 
20 Feb. 
28 March. 



Little Sodbury. 

1727. WUliam Baghott, 

M" Hester Stephi 



:, of the parish of Presbury, and 
of the parish of Stroud (by licence) : 



12 Feb. 
20 Dec. 
18 Jan. 
10 March. 
18 July. 
2 Aug. 
23 Nov. 



\b.t. 



m THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTEBSHIRE. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 22>> ; 1543, fo. 13*. 

[Aems. — Azure, on afesse cotised or three martlets gules — Vincent 115, fo. 36.] 

[Collated with the pedigree in Vincent 115, fo. 36, and printed in italics so far 
I it agrees, and the words printed within square brackets are from that MS.] 

Robert Kynne of Sende^.... daugli-—Sir William [Henry — Harl. 1041] 
m com. Gloc. Arm. ter to . . . . Cheney de com. Wilts. 



Guy [Gilles] Kynne de Sende^Mizabefh d. to Edward CapeU 
in the sayd county. \ in com. Hereford. 



George and Rolert sow=Matilda \_3Iaivde — Thomas=Suzan d. to Guy 

Edward and heir Harl. 1041] d. to Kynne {Gyles — Harl. 

sanz yssu. sanz yssii. Edward [Edmund] 4 sonn. 1041] Wye of 
Harwell. South Samey. 



M II II 

Ann wife to Henry Eleanor wife Mariery [Margareft Catherm wife Jone wife 

BucTce. to Gilbert — Harl. 1041] ivife toHenryBme to Will'm 

— Harwell. to John Fhilleps. [Bat'yes ; Newmare 

Jane wife to John Davis — Harl. [New- 

Hardinge. 1041]. man]. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 79'' ; 1543, fo. 28''. 
Arms. — Vert \_sahle — Harl. 1041], a chevron argent between three hedgehogs or. 

[Collated with pedigree in Vincent 115, fo. 52, and printed in italics so far as 
it agrees. 

N.B. This pedigree is recorded in the Harl. MSS. under Gloucestershire, but in 
reality it belongs to Herefordshire.] 

Thomas Maynston.=f^Katheritie d. to . . . . 
\ 

Davyd Maynston PhilKpe=. . . . d. Robert^ Maud. Jone. 

sanz yssu. Mayn- to ... . Mayn- — 

ston. Grey. ston. 



William Maynston.- 



APPENDIX II. 



227 



A| 



Roger Maynston.=rJane d. to John Brugges. 



Raulfe Edward Maynston of Langaran-=rMargery d. to Robert Ajjpoivell 
2 son. in com. Hereford. I of Whitchurch. 



I I I I I 

Thomas Richard Charles John Maynston Mom-e 
2 sonn. 3 sonn. 4 son7i. sonn and heire. 5 sonn. 



II II 

Elizabeth. Jane. 



Bridget. 



i^a^itfortr. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 31" ; 1543, fo. 6. 

Arms. — None tricked. 

Arms in Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 31''.— Ratnesford of Clyford in Glostershyer : 
Quarterly — 1, Azure, an eagle displayed argent, ducally gorged or ; 2, Azure, 
an eagle displayed argent; 3, Sable, on a chief argent three lozenges gules ; 
4, Argent, an eagle displayed gules ; 5, Per pale or and azure, a chevron 
ermine ; 6, 6-ules, a chevron ermine between three stags trippant or ; 7, Gules, 
a chevron argent between three garbs or; 8, Argent, a chevron between 
three cinquefoils gules ; 9, Argent, a chevron between three escallops sable ; 

10, Vairee, on a bend sable three boars' heads couped close argent, tusked or; 

11, Argent, three bendlets azure, on a canton sable a lion passant or ; 12, Or, thret 
chevronels interlaced sable, on a chief gules three plates. 

[These are the arms quartered by Raynesford : the arms ' 
being, Argent, a cross sable. Vide Visit. Oxon, p. 165.] 

[This pedigree has been collated with that of Raynford in Vincent 115, fo. 43, 
and as printed in italics agrees therewith. In that record no arms are exemplified.] 



John Raynford.=f=. . , . d. of , 
S'' WilPm Raynford. Vide Oxon. 

4^ 



. Davers of Chamberhouse in com. Berke. 

John Raynford of Thacham=^Katheryn d. to 
in com. Berk. I . . . . Mondey. 



Gilles Rainford. Thomas Raynford oi=Barbara d. to Doctor Edward 
Vide Oxon. Littell Compton in Bentley Phisicion to Raynford 

^ com. Gloster. Henry the 8. 3 sonn. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 35" ; 1543, fo. 5". 

Arms. — Argent, two lanilets gules between three columbines azure stalked and leaved 
vert, on a chief sable three ducks' heads erased of the first, 

[This pedigree has been collated with one in Vincent 115, fo. 36, and agrees 
therewith. It is not found in D. 12.] 

John Wisse of London genntillman.=f=Margaret d. of , . . . Willington 
I of Lancash. 

Thomas Wisse of Thornhury^Ann d. to Thomas Trenchard 
in the county of Gloster. I of Luchiate in Dorsetshire. 

I \ i i n n 

Henry Wisse John 3 sonne Thomas Wysse Nycholas Anne. Lucrecia. 
2 sonne is 4 years ould. sonn and heire 4 sonn is 2 — — 

isQyearoulde. a" 1569. is 12 year esoulde. year oulde. Avis. Mary. 



iHistellaneous ^rttgrees. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 72" [Arms only] ; 1543, ff. 173", 174. 

Thomas Ayleway, Taynton. 

Arms. — Azure, a lion rampant argent between three crosses forme fitchi or. 
Crest. — On a wreath argent and azure, a stag reguardant proper, unguled salle, 
stattding behind the stag a naked man grasping its antlers proper. 

The avmes and creast of Thomas Ayleway of Taynton in com. Gloc. 
descended from S"' Eeinald Ayleway who held landes in Tainton A" 9° Ed. 2'' 
and appeared by evidences exhibited in the time of the visitation of Buck- 
ingham and Oxford Anno Domini 1634. 

Jo. Philpot, Somerset. 
Will'm Reylbt, Blewmantle. 

John Ayleway of Tainton=pEIlenor d. of Christopher 
in com. G-loster ob. 1598. I Bond of Scatterford. 



Christopher Ayleway of Tainton dyed 1605.=i=Anne da. of James Perey. 

A| 

Taynton. 

1538. Rose Ayleway 

1540. Christopherus Ayleway, filius Johannis Ayleway, 

,, Richard Ayleway 

1542. Anna Ayleway, filia Joh'is Aylewaye et Elinore uxoris eius, 
„ John Ayleway, the son of John Ayleway, 

1543. Elenor Aylwaye, the daughter of John Aylway, 

1544. Johan Aylwaye and Alice Aylway, the daughters of Jhon 

Aylwaye the yeoman, 

1545. Joyce Aylwaye, the daughter of Jhon Aylwaye, 

1546. Johan Aylwaye, the daughter of John Aylwaye, 

1547. Roger Aylwaye 

1548. William Aylwaye, the sonne of Roger Aylwaye, 

1549. Jhon Aylwaye, the sonne of John Aylwaye, 
„ Jhon Aylwaye, the son of Roger Aylway, 

.... Jane Aylwaye, the daughter of Roger Aylway, 

1561. Johane Aylway, the daughter of Roger Aylway, 

1562. Elinor Ayleway 
„ Christopher Aylway and Anne Hooper 

1563. Jhon Aylwaye and Alice Bozthans 

1564. Margareate, the daughter of John Aylwaye, 
„ Jhon Aylwaye and Anne Boyhan 

1569, Jhon Ayleway 

„ Jhon Aylwaye, the sonne of Christopher Aylwaye, 

1571, Jhon Ayleway, the . , , . 

„ Richard Bonde and Sabell (?) Aylway 

1574. William Aylway and Anne Moore 
„ Roger Aylwaye and Margerye Nygtnyall (?) 

1575. Anne Aylwaye, the daughter of William Aylwaye, 

1576. Elenor Aylwaye, the daughter of Christopher Aylway, 
„ Alice Ayleway, the wife of John Ayleway, 



bur. 25 Oct. \ 




bap. 27 July. 




bur. 17 Nov. 




bap. 25 Feb. 




bur. 10 Nov. 




bap. 30 Deo. 




„ 20 May. 




„ 14 Aug. 




„ 18 Dec. 




mar. 13 Nov. 




bap. 10 Oct. 




„ 24 Nov. 




„ 26 Jan. 




„ 12 Nov. 
„ 18 Sept. 


P.R. 


bur. 3 April. 




mar. 8 June. 




„ 24 Aug. 




bap. 16 Mar. 




mar. 28 Aug. 




bur. 13 May. 




bap. 5 July. 




bur. 15 April, 
mar. 5 Nov, 






„ 30 Oct, 




„ 25 Nov. 




bap. 25 Sept. 




„ 25 Jan. 




bur. 28 April./ 




[Continued 01' 


f^rleaf. 



230 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 



A| 



Eichard Ayleway of Tainton.=f=Frances d. of John Colwall of Newent. 
^1 



Thomas Ayleway of Tainton.= Judith d. of Eichard Cox of Castell Ditch in com. 
Vide Oxon, fo. 40''. Hereford Justice of the Peace and High Shreeve. 

Out of M' Ayleway his evidences. 
Will'm Ayleway ~] 

Geffrey Ayleway > these 3 lived in King H. 3 time and beffore. 
Walter Ayleway J 
Walter Ayleway A" 29 E. 1. 
Walter Ayleway A" 9 E. 2. 

Walter Ayleway and John Ayleway his sonn A° 14 E. 2. 
Eeignald Ayleway A" 32 E. 2. 
John Baron and Julian his wiflfe did conflBrme to Clemence sometime the 

wiffe of S' Eeignald Ayleway certaine lands in Taynton A° 9 E. 2. 

Teynton is the seate of ye Ayleways to this day. 
John Ayleway A° 25 E. 3. 
Thomas Ayleway A" 17 E. 2. 
Eichard Ayleway 29 H. 6. 
John Ayleway A° 1 E. 4. 
Eoger Ayleway ded the 14 Setember 1546, 38 H. 8. 



1577. 



1678. 
1580. 



1587. 



bap. 



1626. 
1631. 
1635. 
16iO. 

1648. 



Anne Aylwaye, the daughter of William Aylwaye, 

Joyce Ayleway, the daughter of Christopher Ayleway, 

Jlion Aylway and Julyan Hill 

Jhon Aylwaye, the Sonne of Roger Aylwaye, 

Jane Aylwaye, the daughter of William Aylwaye, 

Elynor Ayleway, the daughter of Christopher Ayleway, 

Jhon Ayleway, sonne of Roger Ayleway, 

Mary Aylwaye, the daughter of Roger Aylwaye, 

Margaret Ayleway, wife of Richard Ayleway, 

Roger Aylway and Alice Byshope 

Jhon Aylway and Elizabeth Yorrath 

Johan Aylwaye, the daughter of Roger Aylwaye, 

1590. Robarte Aylway, the sonne of Roger Ayleway, 
„ Eoger Ayleway 

1591. Johan Ayleway, the daughter of Jhon Ayleway, 
,. Richard Aylwaye, the sonne of Roger Aylwaye, 

1593. Jhon Aylwaye, the sonne of Roger Aylwaye, 

„ Christopher Aylwaye, the sonne of the same Roger Aylway, 
1598. Jhon Ayleway, gent., 
1600. Alice Ayleway, widow, 

1602. Thomas Ayleway, sonne of Chiistopher Ayleway, 
1605. Christopher Ayleway 
1611. Richard Aylwaye, sonne of Roger Aylwaye, 

1614. William, sonne of Richard Aylwaye, 

1615. Anne Ayleway 
William Aileway, gent., 
William Aileway 

John Clearke of the Citie of London, gent., and Anne Aylway mar. 21 May 
Francis, daughter of Thomas Aylwaye, gent., and Judith his 

wife, bap. 16 Jan. 

Anne, daughter of William Aylwaye, gent., and Mary his 

wife, „ 1 Feb. 

1654. Frances Ayleway, wife of M' Eichard Ayleway, bur. 1 Jan. 

5 James, July 21. Inq. p.m. of John Aileway, who died 10 March 5 James at Dean Magna 
seised of divers lands particularly described. John Aileway is his son and heir, and is aged 
nine years three months and twenty days ; which John became of full age 26 March 1619, and was 
born and baptized 26 March 1598. On 19 July 1624 he married Elizabeth Scudamore, widow, 
dau, of Sir Richard Catchmay, and was buried 30 Sept. 1626. William Ayleway his brother was 
baptized 4 January 1606, and came of age 4 January 1627. [^Continued next page. 



bap. 14 May. 
bur. 24 June, 
mar. 22 July, 
bap. 28 July. 

„ 15(?)Aug. 
bur. 26 Aug. 

„ 15 Aug. 
bap. 21 Aug. 
bur. 9 Dec. 
mar. 19 April. 

,, 4 June, 
bap. 26 Nov. 
, bur. 20 Jan. 

„ 16 Aug. 
bur. 25 May. 
bap. 30 Oct. 

„ 5 May. 

„ 5 May. 
bur. 23 Feb. 

„ 8 Jan. 

„ 23 Aug. 

„ 10 Oct. 
bap. . . Sept. 

„ . . Not. 
bur. 9 Jan. 

„ 15 June. 

„ 9 Jan. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 231 

HStittcn- BSlount. 

Earl. MS. 1543, fo. 186''. 

To this Adam H. 2 gave Button Adam Dameaevill.=rPetronilla. 
to be held by one Knight's ffee. i 



I 
Eobert de Button filius Ade.=j= 
^1 

Kobertns fil. Eoberti de Buttoii.=f 
^1 

Adam de Button fil. Eoberti.=j= 
I 



John de Button fil. Ade temp. E. l.=pATis d. and coheii-e of Mathew ffurneux. 
A| 

Jane, the widow of John Aileway the elder, married Edward Trotman, Esq. 

17 James, Aug. 7. Ind're between Edward Ti'otman, Esq., and Jane his wife, late wife of 
John Ayleway, of the one part, and John Ayleway, gent., son of the said John and Jane, of the 
other part : assignment of premises to the said Jane in recompense of dower. 

2 Charles, Sept. 29, 1626. John Aileway. son of John Aileway, died, as appears by Inquisition 
taken 24 Oct. 3 Charles, seised of divers lands in the manors of Micheldean and Abenhall, and 
that Jane Stratford, now wife of Edward Trotman, and late wife of John Aileway, father of the 
said John, is living and has dower in the said lands, and that he took to wife Elizabeth Souda- 
more, widow, who is also living, and has dower in the said lands ; atnd the jurors further say 
that William Ayleway, gent., is brother and heir of the aforesaid John, and is aged twenty 
years nine months and twenty days. 

William Ayleway sold divers of the lands to Nicholas Roberts, Esq. 

7 Charles, Feb. 4. Elizabeth Ayleway, widow, late wife of John Ayleway last deceased, 
preferred her bill in Chancery for the discovery of her title in dower in John Ayleway's said 
lands, and for clearing off incumbrances. 

Glouc. Reginald Aylway, one of the jurors on the Inq. p.m. of William Wynter, 3 Rich. II., 
No. 69. 

Wills proved at Gloucester: Richard Ayleway, 1589 ; John Ailway, 1591 ; John Ayleway, 
1599 ; Christopher Ayleway, Teynton, 1605. 

The Ayleways possessed lands within the manors of Dean Magna and Abenhall, co. Gloucester. 

1 Eliz., Aug. 18. Robert Beech demised John Ayleway, smith-holder, a tenement in 
Abenhall for twenty-one years. 

9 Eliz., Sept. 26. Robert Seaborne al's Plomer sold the same John Ayleway a tenement 
in Deane and Abenhall. 

10 Eliz., July 2. Thomas Plomer and others sold John Ayleway a tenement in Abenhall. 

12 Eliz., Feb. 1. Alice Somers remised to John Ayleway, smith-holder, all her right in 
the last-mentioned tenement. 

18 Eliz., Aug. 4. William Pirke and John Sergeant hold themselves bound to convey to 
John Ayleway and Richard Pirke certain premises in Abenhall. 

18 Eliz., Sep. 12. William Pirke of Dean Magna and Jane his wife convey to John Ayleway 
and Richard Pirke the said premises. 

23 Eliz., Sept. 20. John Sergeant sold to John Aylway a messuage called Wolston's house. 

36 Eliz., Nov. 1. James Toms sold to John Ayleway the father and John Aylewaye a 
messuage and garden. 

40 Eliz., Aug. 29. Thomas Mason and his wife remised to John Ayleway all their right in 
premises called Modge's House. 

25 Eliz. March 18. Thomas and John Bridgman sold to John Aileway a messuage and 
garden. 

29 Eliz., Sept. Thomas Bridgman of Powlton's Court, Esq., and John Bridgman of Dean 
Magna sold to John Ayleway certain chantry lands. 

34 Eliz. Charles Bainham demised to John Ayleway for 3000 years a garden, etc. 

44 Eliz., Aug. 1. Thomas Bridgman, Esq., and Charles Bridgman his son sold to John 
Aileway the Wilderness grounds, etc. 

There are many other similar conveyances from various parties to John Ayleway. 



232 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



John Button sonn of John levied=pHawisia. 
a ffine 18 E. 2 of 2 
and 5 carucates. 



Maud ux. S' Simon Elizabeth 

Bassett of Huley Knt. ux 

vide ante, ffolio .... Hampton. 



1. Thomas 
ob. s.p. 



2. John 3. S"- Mathew^ 
ob. s.p. Button Knt. 



Maud d. and heire 



S' John Button Knt.=plssabell his wiffe d. and heire of Constance ux. 
I Jone wiffe of John Serjeant. Delamore. 



Catherin ux Ridge. 

5^ 

Thomas=Joane=S'' John 
Newton d. and Barre 
1 hus- heire. Knt. 
band. 2 hus- 

band. 



Wili'm Delamore.=p Stephen Delamore 



John 
Dela- 
more 
ob. 
s.p. 



Cicely sister and Allice marid to=p, 

heire vx. Nicho- "Walter Jonet 

las Barkley sister of Will' 

Knight of Dursley Inquis'n 17 

ob. s.p. 17 E. 2. E. 2. 



ohn 



John Hampdon.: 



Allice vx. John Botteler of Shentingffeld in com. Berks. 



To this Eobert did R. 1 a" l"" and H. 3 a." 11" 
confirme the mannor of Button. 



Robert Damenevill.=plsabella. 
I 



The mannor of Button was de- 
vided betwene these 2 Petronills. 
Of the ffirst cometh S' Henery 
Newton Kn'. 



1. Petronilla nupta David=p2. PetrO' 

Nich'i de Oxhay le 

al's diet p'nell de Blunt, 
Oxhay. 



David le Blunt=p. 
ob. 17 E. 2. 



ffilia .... Arther. S' John de Vinon Knt. 




1. John Blunt ob. in 2. Eichard Blunt 3. Edmond Blunt=p Agnes, 
vit. patris. ob. s.p. 20 E. 2. ob. 36 B. 3. I 



Hugh Blunt ob. in vit. patris.: 



Edmon Blount granchild=rMargerett who=. . . . Seebrooke 
and heire to Edmond. I survived. 2 husband, 

c 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 233 



I I 

1. Will'm Blount=pJone who after marid 2. John Blount=pAVillima d. 

ob. 22 E. 2. I to John ap Gwill'm vnkle and heire and heire 

of Monmouth. ob. 22 H. 6. 



I I I 

Issabell 1. Edmond Blount=pMargerett 2. Thom. Blount= Elizabeth widdow of 

ob. s.p. ob.lOAprill I . . . . who ob. beffore his Thomas Salman. 

4 H. 4. 8 E. 4. survived. brother. 



Simon Blount 16 yere old at the deth of his ffather=p Will'm Husse was Attor- 
and was the King's ward and dyed 16 E. 4. ney to the King. 



Margerett d. and heire.=Fjohn Husse. This John Husse and WiU'm his sonn 7 H. 8 
I aliened the manners of Button and Mangottes- 
1 feld to the lord Barkley. 

Will'm Husse. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, ff. 18, 19 ; 1543, fo. 8\ 

Aems. — Quarterli/ — 1 and 4, Argent, on a cross sable a kopard^s face or, Bridges ; 

2, Argent, a pile gules, Chandos ; 3, Argent, a /esse hettveen three martlets 

sable, Bajrkley. 
Crest. — The bust of a man sidefaced proper, ivreathed about tlie temples or and gules, 

guttee coimterclmnged, vested paly .... charged tcith roundUs counter changed. 

The wreath or and gules, gutty counterchanged. 

This crest was given by Tho. Wriothesley and Clarenceux Benolt to John 
Bruges of Dymmok in com. Gloster an'o 1520. 

Symond Brydges de Solers.=p. ... d. of ... . 
SoLERS : Or, afesse azure. I Walwin. 

Walter Gyles John=f Sara d. of Hugh. James Bridges m Eleanor. 

Bryges. Bryges. Bryges. I . . . . d. of . . . . Wood of 

I Twinney vide folio . . 

S' Baldwin Briges=rlssabell 2 d. of S'' Piers Grantsonn, Knight 
de Solers K. " souu of W»> and Sibell Tregoz. 



2. John Bridges of Staunden.=r d. and coheire of S"' Myles [Pine— Harl. 1041]. 

A B| 

H H 



234 



THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIEE. 



[1— Harl. 1041.] Richard=f= [2— Harl. 1041.]= 
[Brigges of Bris'ges Solers I Thomas Brudges. 
—Harl. 1041]." 



=Alice d. of [3— Harl.=f= 
Hugh 1041.]John I 

Hackett. Bridges. 



[. . . . da. and sole h. nupta 
Thomas Blunt of Brend near 
Bromyard— Harl. 1041.] 



Thomas~Maud d. and 



John Blunt. 



Brudges 
[Brigges 
—Harl. 
1041]. 



of Tho. Henborow 
[Hemboroughe — 
Harl. 1041] of 
Dymoke. 



[Thomas Brigges 
of Dymoek in 
Glocest. — Harl. 
1041.] 



3. Edmond=f=[]\Iargaret da. to 



[Brieges 
—Harl. 
1U41]. 



John Hert- 
Harl. 1041.] 



4. Thomas ob. s.p. [Harl. 1041 5. ffoulk. 
gives him a son Rowland who 
has two dau'rs Elizabeth and 
Anne.] 



[George Bridges^ 
of London — 
Harl. 1041.] 



:[.... d; 
Whitte- 
1041.] 



-Harl. 



I 
[Ke . . , 
—Harl. 
1041.] 



[Anne tx. Eg- [Elizabeth 
bart Alford — — Harl. 
Harl. 1041.] 1041.] 



[Robart a poor K. of "Windisore s.p. 
—Harl. 1041.] 



[Mary vx. John Treuor 
—Harl. 1041.] 



[S^ Eich. Treuor— Harl. 1041.] 



2. S'' John Brudg [Bridges drap.=pAgne8 d. of Tho. AylefF 
— Harl. 1041] of London Maior. I of Essex. 

I \ I 

[Gilles=r [Winifred 1 vx. S"^ Eichard Sackvill [Vrsulowe wife to John 

—Harl. I K. 2 to W" Pawlet Marq. of Win- Garrawaye— Harl. 1041.] 

1041.] Chester— Harl. 1041.] =f= 

I I 



[Anthoney — Harl.=p 
1041.] I 



[Elyanor wiffe to Ed. Barnard of flBaxley 
in com. Glocest. — Harl. 1041.] 



[Thomas— Harl. 1041.] [Agnes— Harl. 1041.] [Winifred— Harl. 1041.] 



1. WiU'm Brugg of Dymoke and of=f= Alice d. and heire of William 
Estington in com. Worster. Estington of Estington. 



Giles [Bridges of Est-=f [Margaret da. to John Naffan of John, 
ington in Worstersh. — Morton by the da. to Tho. Corn- — 
Harl. 1041]. well— Harl. 1041.] Will'm. 



I 1 
Edmond. 



Thomas. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 
Dj 



235 



[John Bridges=[Elizabethda. toS'-Robt [Henry [Mary— Harl. 1041.] 

of Estington— MortonK'— Harl. 1041.] — Harl. — 

Harl. 1041.] 1041.] [Alice— Harl. 1041.] 



Simon Bridges of Lee uigh=p.^ . . da. and heire of . 
"Webles besides Bronard. 



I I 

Thomas Bridge8=p. . . . da. and heire of ... . Hanborne Symon 
of Lee. I by the da. of ... . Bodnam. s.p. 



Thomas BridgeB.=r Symon Bridges of Lee.=T=. ... da. of ... . "Walwyn. 

Rowland Bridges.=r James Bridges of Lee.=p. ... d. to ... . "Wood 
I I of Twyneo. 

I 



Elizabeth 1. Henry=fSibell d. to 

and Bridges 1 Bromwich. 

Anne. of Lee. 



2. Walter=rKatherin d. to . . . . 
Starkey of Cheshire. 



James=p. . . . d. of . 
Bridges. I Monington. 



II I II 

Richard. 4. John. Alice. 



3. Robert. 



"Walter Bridges. 



I I I 

John. 



Symond 
Rowland. 



I I 
Thomas 

Will'm. 



James= 
Bridges 
of Lee. 



=Jane d. of 

James 

Tomkias. 



I . I . 

Anne wife Joane wife 

of John of Will'm 

Reade. Wiche. 



James Bridges. John. Will'm. 



I I I 

Margerye. Mary. Katheriu. 



Walter Chandos lord of Sowenhope, Snodihill and Lugwaren.' 
Arms. — Argent, a pile gules. 



Robert Cha 



=Phillip d. to S"^ Guye de Bryan. 



[S^— Harl. 1041]=pElizabeth. 
Thomas Barkley 1 
of Duresley. 



Catharin d. to=Roger Chandos=fMatikla 
Richard Lord Knight. I first wife. 

Talbott. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



F| 



GylesBarkleyKnight.=f=Jaiie d. to , 
I 



Thomas Chando8.=i=Lucie d. of , 



Thoinas=i=Elizabeth sister 
Barkley and heire to John 
Knightof Lord Chandos. 
Coberley. 



John Chandos Lord Chandos Margeretta 

dyed sans yssu Knight of y^ vx 

Garter in the tyme of Ed. 3. =p 



. . . . first=pl. Thomas Bri 
wife. I Knight. 



=Alice d. and heire to 
Barkley Knight. 



ia vx. S"^ 
John Annesley. 



Edward or Edmund= 
Bridges sonn of Tho. 
by the 1 wifFe. 



Gyles^Catheriu d. of James=:Reignold the sonn 
■ ClyflFord. of Annsell de Gyse. 



Eliz. vx. John 
Throgmorton. 



Thomas=pfflorenc.e d. ( 
W-^ Darrell. 



Cecilley vx. John Wellesborne. 



John Throgmorton.- 



d. of. 



rave. Cecilley vx Buckland. 



Christopher. Joyce Buckland. 



Elizebeth ux Careye 

[Elianor vx. Will'm Gary — 
Harl. 1041]. 



I 
Ellenor vx. 
Thomas 
Paunce- 
foote. 



I I 

Alice vx. Henery [m* .... 

.... da. to ... . Nor- 

Chichley. bury— Harl. 1041] . 



Gyles. 



Thomas. Gyles. Ann. Thomas Chichley. 



Gyles Briges Knight.=^Issabell d. of Thomas Bayuham. 



Jane. 



1. filorence [vx. "Will'm 
Morgan de South .... 
miles— Harl. 1041]. 



2. Katherin [vx. [3. Anne vxor RafiFe [Vrsulow vx. 

Leonard Poole de Maunsell miles — S'' John 

com. Gloster — Harl. 1041.] Sedenham — 

Harl. 1041]. Harl. 1041.] 



I 
[William 
Bridges 
—Harl. 
1041.] 



Thomas Bridges of Cor-= 
nebia [Corn bury — Harl. 
1041] in com. Oxon 
obiit 1610. 



John Bryges Knight firstn=Elizabeth d. 



Lord Chandos created 
30 Aprile p'mo Eegni 
of Mary. 



to Edmond 
Lord Gray. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



237 



[Henry Bridges— Haii. IOil.]=p 
I 

[Joha Bridges— Harl. 1041.] [Thorn' Bridges— Harl. 1041.] 



[Katharen vxor Ed- 
mond Lord Dudley 
—Harl. 1041.] 



[Elizabeth vxor S'' 
John Trasce K. — 
Harl. 1041.] 



[Mary 1 vxor S'' Georg Cornwall 
K. 2'y to fFrancis Louell 3 sonn 
to S"' ffrancis Louell K. — Harl. 
1041.] 



2. Charles. 



4. Henery. 



B. Anthony Brydges. 5. Richard Brydge 



6. Gyles. 

7. Stephen. 



[Robert — [Katharin — [Elizabeth — [William Bruges [John- 

Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] —Harl. 1041.] Harl. 

X 1041.] 

[Edward— Harl. 1041.] [Ann— Harl. 1041.] 



1. Edmund Briges=f=Dorothy d. to Edmond lord Bray sister and coheire of John 
lord Chandos. lord Bray [2"- to W"" L. Knowles of Grayes— Harl. 1041]. 



Giles lord Bruges=f=ffrances da. of [Edward WiU'm [Bruges — =p[Maria— Harl, 



lord Chandos 
Baron of Shudley. 



■Harl. 1041] Clynton 
com. Lincoln lord Ad- 
mirall. 



Harl. 1041] lord 
Chandos [de Sud- 
ley— Harl. 1041]. 



1041] daugh- 
ter of S' Owen 
Hopton. 



Elizabeth d. and co- 
heire [sm] mar. John 
Kynaday [Kenady — 
Harl. 1041] Knight 
[aScott— Harl. 1041]. 



1. Thomas = 
Smyth. 



daugh- 
ter. 



=2. Thomas 
Cecill 
com. 
Esonise. 



Beatrix wife to Henry 
Pole son to Henry 
Pole of Saperton in 
com. Gloc. Knisfht. 



I I 

Gray Bruges=Ann first d. and coheire of Gyle 
Lord Chan- lord Strange com. Darby 
dos. [Maria filia et cohajres 

Far'do Stanley comes Darbey 

—Harl. 1041]. 



Thomas sans yssu WiU'm. 
[slayue in the 
warrs — Harl. 
1041]. 



I 

Anthony Briges of Avenynge in=p 
com. Gloc. Arm. 



Henry Charles^ 

Abriges. Bridges. 



Robert 
Bridges. 



Catherin. 



Elizabeth wife to 
Thomas Brayn 
in com. Gloc. 



Gyles 



James. 



Tristram 
Bridges. 



John 
Bryges. 



238 



THE VISITATIOK OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



BusSell 



Earl. MS. 1543, fo. 42" 



Arms. — Ckdes, a lend wavy lehveen hvo plain cottises or. 
This descent is moore at large in Worstershire. 
S' Alan Bushell lord of Brodmerston in com. Gloc. ob. 1245 [28] H. 3.=r 



Eic. Bushell=pIdonia d. of S"' John Oantelope of Snitterfeild 
ob. 14 E. 2. I in com. "Warwick Knt. 



Eic. Bushell.=pElenor d. and heire of Clement Musard. 
I Aems. — Or, a chev. azure. 



Eoger BusheU.=pEve d. of Geffrey Dabetot of Eudmerley. 



Eobert. 



Eic. Bushell.: 



^Emme d. of Hugh 
Ernald of 
com. Gloc 



gh Hugh. Emme 



Eic.=pCatherin d. and coheire of WiU'n 



Bushell. 



S' W"^ Saltmersh Knt. 
widow of Paul Cardiff. 



Margertt 
Yx. Oliver 
Burdett. 



1. Eobert=FMargerett d. of Tho. 



Bushell. 



Hugf ord of Edmunde- 
scot in War. 



ffelice vx. Isabell vx. 
Eic. Eichard de 

Gatewike. Wydicomb. 



AUice vx. John Moreyn 43 E. 3. 
Arms. — A bend between two 
escallops. 



Edmund Bushell.n=Elizebeth d. of Tho. Blount ^ 
I Granden in com. Gloc. 



2. Eic. Bushell=j=Margerett d. and 
of Drymerston heire of John 
in com. Gloc. ffoukes of Dry- 
I mersfcon. 

of Will'm Bnshell al's ffoukes.=F 



vxor Margerett 

.... vx 

Gough of Mande of 
com. Chester- 
Oxford, ton. 



Thom> 
BusheU. 



=Anne d. of John Nor- 
wood of Brodway in 
com. Gloc. and of his 
wife d. of . . . . Shel- 
don. 



Agnes. 



Will'm marid 

Marg' d. of 

Eic. Dalby of Margery. 

Brokhamp- 

ton. 



Edward Bushell=pDorathey d. of Tho. Andrews of 
died before his I Wynwick in com. North'ton 
father. sister of S' Thom. 



Norris. 



1 vx. 

Herbert 2 to Will'm 
Norris. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



2. S'' Edward Bushell of Cleve=pMavgar. d. of Vrsula vx. Anne vx. Thom. 
in com. Worster Knt. | . . . . Delves. John Chyld. Gaudy. 



Thomas sonn and heire an° 1594. 



Mary d. of Phillip=rl. Thom. Bushell=pElizebeth d. of Eob. Wynter of 
Morris. I of Brodmerstoa. I Hodington in com. Worster. 



I I I 
Mary. 



Vrsula. 
Barbara. 



I I 
Muriell. 



A" 



enery. Thom. Bushell esq' sonn=pMargerefct sister 



— — and heire an° 1593 m. to 

Dorathey. Corbett. his ... . wife .... d. of 



John. 



Edward Grevill of 
Millcott in com. 
Warwick. 



Edward. 



Elizebeth. 



Anne vx. Edmond Edward. Eichard. Vrsula vx. Mary vx. Catherin vx. 
Gregory of War- — Tho. Ric. Clement 

wick. William. Stapleton. Rowdon. Kilcope. 



3Sus!jelL 



Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 62. 
Akms. — Gules, a bend wavy between two plain cottises or. 

Ricardus de la Bussell D'n's de Brodmerston sans dat.=i= 
\ 

Ricardus de la^ Alicia filia et heres Cleme'ti Mussard. Will'm's Bussell 
~ "' Arms. — Or, a chevron azure. clericus. 



Rogerus 



.=Fldonia filia 



de Cantelupe militis. Robertus 



Johannes Bushell de=rMatilda filia Roberti Hugo 
Brodmerston. I Dabitotte. 



Will'm's 



II III 

Hugo Bussell. Ricardus Bushell=j=Em'a filia Emma. Felicia ux. Isabella vx. 
peritis in Lege. et haeres Ricardi Ricardi de 

Hugonis Gatewike. Wydicombe. 

A Ernalde, 



240 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTTCBSTEBSHIRE. 



A| 



I I I 

Will'm's Sibella=Ricardus Busliell=pCathariDa filia Alicia ux. Joh'is Moreyn 



Bushell. vxor 
2da. 



Brodmerston. 



et hseres 
Will'mi 
Marisco. 



43 E. 3. 

Arms. — . 
two escallops. 



' between 



Ricardus=pMara'areta 



Bussell 
de Dry- 
merston. 



filia et 

heires 

Waited 

Fowkes 

de Diy- 

m'ston. 



Agiies=Robertus=pMargareta Margeria Mileo Nor- 
ia Kaa- Bushell filia Tho. ux. 
de Brod- Hugford 
I'ston. ex Mar- 
gar'ta 
vxoris 
suae. 



dulphi 
Beau- 
mont. 



Oliveri Brodweye. 
Burdett. 



Will'm's 
sell al's 
Fowkes. 



kis- Johanne8=Agnes : 



Hol- 



ford. 



Edmundus^ 
BusheU 
de Brod- 
m'ston. 



=Elizabetha filia Johannes=j= 
Tho. Blunt de Norwood 
Granden. 18 H. 7. 



Gonghe 
de com. 
Oxenford. 



vx. 
Maunde 
de Chester Ar. 



Thomas Bushell- 
de Brodm'ston 
1558. 



Simond Maunde. Isabell vx. Edw'i 
Porter. 



I 
Anne. 



=Anna filia . 
Norwoode. 

Arms. — Ermine, a 
cross engrailed guUs. 



Alicia nx. 
Johannes 
Daston. 



I I 

Anthony Anne vx. 
Daston. Thomas 
Clifton. 



. . . . vx. 

Martyn. 



Edwardus Bushell= 
de Brodm'ston. 



Dorothea filia Tho. 
Andrews de "Win- 
weeke in com. 
North' ton. 



vxor Clarvasius=p. , 



filia 



Newers. 



Herberte. 



Elizabetha filia Rogeri: 
Winter de Hunting- 
ton ex Katharina 
Throgmorton. 



- Thomas • 
Bushell 
de Brod- 
m'ston. 



=Maria filia 
Philhppij 
Morris. 



I I 
.... vxor Canoni 
Richardson. 



Janna vx. 
Ludiatt. 



vxor . . . 
Morris. 



I I 

. . . . vx. . , 

Witton. 

. . . .vx. . 

Christop's 



Henry. Corbett. Johan's. Dorothea. Maria. Vrsula. Barbara. Mirella. 



Katharina ux. Clement ' 
Kilcoops. 



Elizabetha 
vx. Will'mi 
Cole. 



Anna vx. 

Edw. 

Gregorj. 



Maria ux. 

Ricardi 

Rowden. 



Vrsulow ux. 

Thomas 

Stapleton. 



I I 

Clementis Elizabetha. 



Elizabetha 
Cole. 



I 
Thomas Stapleton. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



241 



Edward .... filia 
Bushell. Bulges. 



I I I 

=Thomas=rMargareta soror Edwardi William. 
Bushell. I Greville de Milcotts. — 

Richard. 



Edward Bushell. Thomas Bushell. 



Elizabetha. 



Edwardus BusheIl=FMargareta filia Yrsulowe vx. John Childe. Anna tx. Thomas 
de Cleve miles. I John Delves of =r Gawdey ob. s.p. 

Doddington in | 

com. Cestr. John Child. 



I I I I I 

Thomas Bushell fil. et heres. Will'm's. Eicardus. Margareta. Dorothea. 



ButUr* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 85^ ; 1543, fo. 65*. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1 mtd 4, Sable, a /esse between three cups argent; 2 and 3, Or, 

a lion rampant azure. 
Crest. — A covered cup. [Two examples of the crest are given in Harl. 1543 : one 

argent, ^ilh. the word "auntient" written over; the other or, garnished 

argent, with the word " moderne."] 



WUl'm Butler of 
in com. Gloster. 



gton=pMargerett d. of .... Pers and Elizabeth his wife 
sister and heire of Thomas Mountford of Ashley in 
Box p'ish. 



John Butler of Bad-= 
mington in 7*= county 



of Alli( 



= Elizabeth d. of John Langston of Allice ux. Anthony Long 

Cau'feld in com. Buckingham by sonne of S"' Hen. Long 

Amy d. of John Danvers of of Wilts. 
Cothorpe. 



Issabell ux. 


Margerett 


AUice m. 


1 1 
Anne. 


l.RafeBut-= 


pSuzani d. 


1 
2. John 


S^ Thomas 


ux. John 


1 to 





ler of Bad- 


of Thom. 


Butler. 


sonne of S'' 


Arther of 


Norwood 


Maude. 


mington in 


Baynham 




Thomas 


Clopton 


2 to Hen. 




com. Glos- 


ofClower- 


3. Robert. 


Moore of 


m com. 


Knight of 




ter. 


wall. 




com. Buck. 


Somer- 
sett. 


Salop. 




A 







1 Thomas Baynham of Clewerwall had only two daughters ; Cecily, mar. Sir Wm. Throck- 
rton ; and Joan, mar. John Vaughan. See his Inq. p.m. 

I I 



242 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRE. 



S'' John Butler of Badmington=pSilvester d. of John Gyes sonn i 
Magna in com. Gloster. S'' John Gyes of Elmore.^ 



Dorothy Elizabeth ux. Edward 
ux Trye 2 sonn of John 

Trye of Hardwick in 

com. Gloster. 



Han- 
cock. 



Margery. 
Margerett. 



I I 
Henry. 



Will'm 
Butler. 



I I I 

Edward [Ed- Robert 

mund written Butler. 

-Harl. — 



over- 
1543]. 



William. 



Cacj)matti» 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 



Arms. — Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 73 : Or, a /esse between three demi-lions passant azure. 
Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 52"-: Or, on a chevron gules, between three demi-lions 
rampant azure [gules in Vine. 14, 142], three crescents argent. 



John Cachmaid.= 



d. and heire of John Herbert of Tetton. 



Thomas Cachmaid of .... in com. Gloster.- 



"William Cachmaid.=T= 
I 



John Cachmaid. Jane ux. Thom. Hoskins Marian ux. Thorn. Brian [Brain 
of com. Monmouth. — vide Brayne Pedigree]. 



Charles Hoskins of London. 



Henry Brian.^ 



Robert Brian. 
CacijinatU. 

William Cachmaid of Bigesweare=pElenor d. and heire of Henry Goodere 
in com. Gloster. of Edgeworth in com. Midlesex. 



1. George Cachmaid. 



Cachmaid. 



' See pedigree of Gyse. Her father died 1556. 
* Hewelsfield. 

166i. William, son of AVilliam Catchmay and Barbara, bur. 7 March.' 

1665. Charles Catchmay „ 18 Feb. 

1669. George Catchmay „ 5 June. 

„ Thomas Catchmay „ 17 June. 

1677. Thomas (Thomasine ?) Catchmay „ 16 Feb. 

1681. Richard Berrow of St. Briavels and Johanna Catchmay mar. 15 April. 

1689. George Lewis jun"- of Landogo and Elizabeth Catchmay „ 23 April. 

1690. William Catchmint bur. 17 Oct. 

1691. William Catchmint „ 12 Nov. 
„ Frances Catchmint, widow, „ 14 Dec. 

1696. John Worgan of Newlaud and Elizabeth Catchmay mar. 2 Feb. 

1700. William, son of William Catchmint, bur. 3 Aug. 

1703. Ann Catchmay, widow, of St. Briavels, ,, 1 March. 

1711. Barbara Catchmay „ 8 Jan. 

1716. Edward Perkins of Landogo and Elizabeth Catchmay mar. 24 May. , 

It appears from the Parliamentary Survey of 1651 that Sir William Catchmay, Knt., was the 

owner of Aylesmore in this parish. \_Contirmed next page. 



MISOELLANEOTJS PEDIGREES. 



243 



Carpenter, 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 81. 
Arms. — Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 53: Gules, a f esse cotised m; in chief three crosses 

patonce vaire. 
Arms of Richard Carpenter of Coleford in the p'ish of Newelend : Pahj of 

six argent and azure, on a chevron gules three crosses-crosslet or. — Harl. 1543, 

fo. 54. 

Thomas Carpenter of ^r^in d. of Thomas Monox of "Walthamstow 

in com. Gloster. I in com. Essex. 



Richard Carpenter. 



Mary. 



Monmouth. 

1645. William Catchmayd of Lancant, prisouer, 
Newland. 

1622. Richard Catohmay of Landoggo and Cecilia Gwillim of 
Newland 

1706. John, son of William and Elizab. Catchmay, gent., of 

Newland, 
„ William, son of William Catchmay and Elizab., 

1707. Thomas, son of William and Elizab. Catchmay, gent., 
1709. John, son of William and Elizabeth Catchmay, gent., 

St. Briavels. 

1683. William Catchmay, Knt., 
1696. D°» Frances Catchmay 

1701. William, son of Tracy Catchmay and Barbara, 

1702. Tracy, son of Tracy Catchmay and Barbara, 

1703. Jane, dau, of Tracy Catchmay and Barbara, 

1708. Tracy Catchmay, Esq., 
1731. Elizabeth Catchmay 
1733. Tracy Catchmay, Esq., 

1735. James Eooke, Esq., and Jane Catchmay 
Mrs. Barbara Catchmay 
William Catchmay, Esq., 



1743. 
Tiddenham 

1744. Mr. George Catchmay of Monmouth and M 
of Tutshill 



Mary Davis 



bur. 18 May. 



mar. 24 Jan. 

bur. 23 Sept. 
,. 12 Oct. 
,; 9 July. 
Sept. 

bur. 24 Jan. 

„ 14 Oct. 
bap. 24 April. 

„ 27 July. 

„ 25 July, 
bur. 2 Nov. 

., 31 Aug. 

;, 19 Feb. 
mar. 1 Sept. 
bur. 26 Jan. 

„ 30 March. 



lar. 26 Dec. 
Lambeth Keg., 



P.K. 



Adm° Phil. Catchmaide of St. Briavels, dioc. Hereford, 1 March 1455. 
Bourgchier. 

Monuments. 
St. Briavels Chwcli. 

In the chancel was a large mural monument, semi-canopied, in vrhich were the effigies, in 
freestone, painted, of a man and a woman in a reclining posture. In a compartment underneath 
were the figures, in relief, of three of their children kneeling, and an infant lying on a cushion. 
Upon a pediment, supported by two Corinthian pillars, were the figures of Faith, Hope, and 
Charity, between which was a shield bearing the arms of Warren : Chequy or and azure. There 
was no inscription on the monument, but it was erected to the memory of William Warren and 
Mariana Catchmay his wife, who died in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. The monument has 
now been taken down. 

On flat stones. 

Here lyeth the Body of | William Catchmay Esq., eldest son | of Tracy Catchmay Esq., of 
Bigsware | by Barbara his wife, he departed | tliis Life March 29, 1743, aged near 42. 

Here lyeth Elizabeth daughter of | Sir William Catchmay Knight | by Dame Eleanor his 
wife I who departed this Life the 23 of j August 1731, aged 84 years. 

Here lyeth the Body of Tracy | Catchmay Esq' who married | Barbara d.aughter of Reginald | 
Bray of Barrington Esq. by | whom he had issue William | Tracy and Jane. He died the 
30"* I Day of November 1708 | And also tbe abovementioned | Barbara who departed this 
life 1 Jan 23 1740-1, aged 75. 

Here lyeth the Body of Tracy | Catchmay Esq. youngest son of | Tracy Catchmay Esq. by 
Barbara | his wife. He departed this Life | Feb. 17, 1714, aged 31 years. 



244 THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 35. 

Ae.ms. — Argent, a chevron between three gryphons' heads erased gules. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a gryphon's head azure, bealced gules, between two 
wings expanded of the last. 

John Cassye the elder of .... in com. Gloster.=p 
I 

"Wiirm Cassye.=rElizabeth d. of . . . . Margerett ux Barnaby 

Surges ob. 1585. of ... . 



Gyles s.p. Ursula us. Eichard Ffletcher of Atwyke 

iu cora. York. Vide York. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 84"; 1543, fo. 64. 

ARms.—Bcary nebulee of six argent and gules, a lend engrailed azure, in chief a 

crescent for difference. 
Crest. — Out of a mural coronet or a talbofs head azure, eared of the first. 

P. Rob. Cook Clar. to Gyles Damory of Cotherington in com. Glouc. 1592. 
Eobert or Eoger Damory .=r 

Thomas Damory of Yatt in com. Gloc. sonn and heire.^ 

William Damory=pElizabeth d. of . . . . Martin of Chawkley in com. Glou. 
of Yatte. I Arms. — A., 2 bars g. on each 3 besants. 



Morris Damory of Yatte.=j=Catherine d. of Edmond Blunt of Mangersfeild. 



1. Morrice^ 2. Thom. Damory=f=Anice da. of Wm. "Webb of 
Damory of of Yatte. Taterig (?). 
Yatte. Arms. — Ermine, a cross 
I I imtee azure. 



I I I 

1. William Elizabeth ux. John Gyles Damory of=pSibell d. of Nic. Walwin 

Damory. Winter of Skad- Cotherington in of Lanware in com. 

bury in com. Gloc. com. Glouc. Hereford. 



Nicholas Damory of Cotherington unmarid 1591. Elizabeth. Allice. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



245 



dfxiulfee* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 30 ; 1543, fo. 21". 

Arms. — Vert, a fleur-de-lis argent, a crescent for difference. 

Ceest. — An Indian goafs head erased vert, attired argent, charged with a crescent 
for difference. 

William Ffoulke of Brewood [Brerewood— Harl. 1543] in Staffordsh.=i= 

1. Eoger Ffoulke of Brewood 2. John Ffoulke of=f Anne d. and heire of John 
in com. Stafford. Gunston 2 sonne. Newman of Gunston. 



William Ffoulke=pElizabefch d. 
1 Sonne. I to Eoger 

Swinerton. 



Thomas Ffoulke 2 sonne.=pMargarett d. to 
Vide Dorsett. I Roger Lane of 

Hide. 



Humfrey Ffoulke in com.=pJoane [Jane — Harl. Robert Ffoulke=pMary d. of 



Stafford came with Duke 
of Buckingham to Thorn- 
bury [Thornburgh — 
Harl. 1543] in com. Gloc. 



543] d. to Walter of Smesborowe 
Parker of Thorn- in Dorsettsh. 
burgh. 



John Zouche 
of Staffordell 
in Somer- 



Herbert Ffoulke. 



Walter Ffoulke of^Ann d. to John Rawlyns [Rawlins 
Thornburgh. I —Harl. 1543]. 

John Ffoulke sonn Thomas Ffoulke Morris [Maurice— Harl. 1543] Ffoulke 
and heire set. 15. 2 sonn £et. 12. 3 sonn ast. 9. 



Roger Ffoulke of Gunston 3 sonne. Vide Dorset.=pCassandra d. to William 

I Humfrey. 



John Ffowlke of Gunston.=pAnne d. of John Bradshaw of Wyndle. 
^1 



Roger Ffowlke of Gunston.=pMargaret d. to Richard Moreton of Haughton. 

! 

Joanne ux. Roger Elizabeth ux. Thomas Joyes ux. Gamabell Katheren. 
Fowke of Bre- Congrave of Sewar- [ ? Gamaliell] — 

wood. den. Woodford. Janne. 



246 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTEESHIRE. 



Earl. MS. 1041, fo. 74*. 
Aems. — Per saltire azure and argent, a salHre guhs. 
[The additions within brackets are from Howard 17, Heralds' College.] 



Johannes de S' Clare.- 

Arms. — Azure, a sun 

in splendour or. 



Joannes Sudgrove^ de Sud-= 
grove in Parochia de 
Muserder com. Glouc. 
Arms. — Argent, semee of 
trefoils slipped sable, a 
double-headed eagle dis- 
played of the 



Nicolaus de Loveyne miles.= 
Arms. — Azure, on a bend 

argent cotised or three 

saltires gules. 



Joannes Gage de 
Cirencester in 
com. Glou- 
cestrise. 



Phillipus= 
St Clare 
mUes. 



=Margareta 
fil. et h. 



Alicia altera- 
iilia Jo. Sud- 
grove. 


pJoh. Joannes Gage^ 
Bouey. de Cirencester 
in comit. 
Glouc. 
Armig. 


pJoanna Thomas= 
Sudgrove^ S* Clare, 
de Sudgrove 
una fiUarum 
Joh'is 
Sudgrove. 


F Margareta 
St Clare 
nupt. 
Thom. 
Pultney 
Armig. 


Johannes Bo 
terras suas co 
Gage Ai-m. a" 


aey qui vendidit Johannes Gage Ai'm.= 
m. Glouc. Joan. [Kn* 15 Edw. IV. 
32 H. 6. Esch. 30 Sept. 
26 Edw. IV.] 


pEleanor filia S^ et una h. 
Tho. St Clare de Aston 
Clinton com. Buck. Arm. 


Guilielmus G 
[son and heir 
ad mort. pati 


age Ar.=j=Agneta filia Th 
ffit. 30 Bolney Ar. [Cart 
is]. 12 Ed. IV.]. 


X Johannes 

a ducit origi 

North amp 


Gage [of Rushton] a quo 
num familia Gageorum com. 



Johannes Gage miles Ordinis Garterii 1541.^ (Vice=pPhilippa filia Richardi 
Chamberlain to King Henry VIII. Chanc. Duchy of | Guilford mil. Ordinis 
Lancaster and Const, of the Tovfer.—Philpot.) Garterii. 



' .loannes Sudgrove dedit Johannis Gage Armigeri et Joanna vxori suae et Johaimis Bouey 
et Aliciae vxori suae et heredib's suis omnia testamenta suae et terras in Musarder in comitat. 
Glouc. et Sudgrove in p'ochia de Musarder com. Glouc. nuper Petri dit fEorthey p' Cartam datam 
a" 4 Hen. 5'. 

' Hoc Joanna post mortem viri sui cum Joanne Gage Ar. viro suo feofaverunt Guiliel. Dom. 
Louel, Guil. Tresham et alijs de terris et ten'tis in Cirencester, Nether Siddington& Muserder et 
Brinfeild com. Glouc. p' Cart. dat. 10 Aug. a° 10 H. 6. 

' Sir John Gage was elected a Knight of the Garter 23 April, and instituted 22 May 1541 to 
the stall vacated by the death on 26 July 1540 of George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury. Died 
11 AprU 1556. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



247 



II II 

[Sir Edward] Robertus Gage=pElizabetha [James] (Alice eldest dau. mar. Sir 

Gage de Fui'le de Haling fil. Wilford. Gage de Anthony Browne Knight 

in com. Suss. 3"' Jo. Gage Bentley of the King's Body one of 

fil. 1°. mil. Ordinis fil. 2 the heirs of the Lady Lucy 

Gart. Johannis the youngest daughter of 

Gage mil. the Marquis Montagu. — 

Ordinis Philjwt.) =f 



Garterii. 



4^ 



Kobert Gage 2"' fil. Roberti obiit pro causa Reginae 
Scot. 



Willielmus ' 
Roberti. 



Margareta Copley 1 ux.=Joanues Gage=Anna Barnes Maria Gage Elizabetha 

J oannis Gage de Haling, de Haling in 2° ux. Joann. nupt. Gage 

Arms. — Ar., a cross com. Sur. Ar. Gage de Joannis Religiousse. 

moline sa. (Vkle I'" fil. Rob. Hal. Heywood. 

Philpot.) Gage. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 120^; 1543, fo. 184. 
Richard George of Bawnton al's Bawdington in com. Gloster.=p 



John George of Bawnton.- 



William George of Bawnton. 



John George of Bawnton.=p 



Thomas George of Bawnton. 



John George of Bawnton.=j= 



ChriBtopher=Anne d. of Robert Strange 3. John=f=Margarett d. of 2. Gyles 
George. of Cirencester in com. Geoi-ge. I Robert Strange George. 

Gloster sister to Margarett. of Cirencester 

A sister of Anne. 



248 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Aj 

I \ I 

Robert George of Cirencester.^Margarett d. of Edward John s.p. Gyles s.p. 
Oldsworth of ... . 

I \ ^1 

John George of Cirencester and Bawnton William George. Samwell. 
and of the Midle Temple. 



ar Cirencester. 
1651. Giles, s. of M' John George, 

1653. John, s. of M' John George, died 5, 

1654. Richard Whitmore of Nether Slaughter, co. Glouc. and 

Elizabeth George, sole daughter and heir of John 
George of Eaunton, were married in the chancel of the 
church according to the rites of the Church of England, 
26 Feb. 1654, having been previously married tbe same 
morning according to the Act of Parliament. 
1656. M" Elizabeth Whitmore, wife of M' Richard Whitmore, 

1677. Elizabeth, wife of John George, Esq., 

1678. John George. Esq., 

1682. Bridgett, wife of James George, Esq., 
1664. James George, Esq., 



P.K. 



, 1 May. 
4 June. 
6 Jan. 
25 July. 
2 July. 



Cirencester. 

1561. ArnoU, s. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne, 
„ Agnes, d. of Hewgh George and Joane, 
„ John George and Elizabeth Gurney 
„ Anne, d. of Hewgh George and Jane, 
„ Anne. d. of John George and Margaret, 

Richard, s. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne. 

John, s. of John George and Margaret, 

Robert, s. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne, 

Bridgett, d. of John George, gent., and Margaret, 

Anne, d. of Christopher George and Anne, 

Elizabeth, d. of Christopher George, Esq.. and Anne, 

Anne, d. of Christopher George and Anne, 

Alice, d. of John George, and Margaret, 

Alice, d. of John George, gent., and Margaret, 

Thomas, s. of Christopher George and Anne, 

Alice, d. of John George and Margaret, 

John, s. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne, 

Cysciley, d. of Christopher George, gent., and Agnes 

William George and Margaret Rogers 

Mary, d. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne, 

John, s. of William George and Margerye, 

Bridgett, d. of John George and Margaret, 

Gyles, s. of John George and Margaret, 

Agnes, d. of William George, 

Elizabeth, d. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne 



1562. 



1566. 
1567. 



1568. 



1572. 



1573. 
1574. 



1576. 



bap. 23 May. 

„ 1 June, 
mar. 17 July, 
bur. 10 Aug. 
bap. 2 Nov. 

„ 3 Oct. 

„ 2 June. 

„ 5 Feb. 

„ 19 Aug. 

„ 24 March. 

„ 22 Feb. 
bur. 25 March. 

„ 10 June, 
bap. 9 Sept. 

„ 27 June. 

„ 10 Feb. 
bur. 4 Aug. 
bap. 12 Aug. 
mar. 28 Nov. 
bap. 19 Jiily. 

„ 23 Aug. 

bap. 20 Sept., bur. 17 Nov. 

bap. 24 AprU. 



0), 



\P.R 



Mary, d. of John George and Margarett, 

„ Elizabeth, d. of Christopher George, gent., 

1577. Margett, wife of William George, 
„ John George, gent., 

„ Jone, d. of Christopher George, gent., and Anne, 

1578. Margaret, wife of John George, gent., dec'', 

1579. Anne, wife of Christopher George, gent., 

1585. Joane, d. of William George, 

1586. Eichard, s. of William George, 
„ William, s. of Hewgh George, 

1588. Anne, d. of Robert George, gent., 

„ Elnor, wife of Robert George, gent., 



March, bur. 17 Nov. 
bap. 18 AprU. 
bur. 23 May. 

„ 3 May. 

,. 6 Aug. 

„ 6 Jan. 

.. 12 Aug. 

„ 17 Feb. 

„ 6 July, 
bap. 2 Aug. 

„ 20 Nov. 

„ 31 Aug. 
bur. 1 Sept. / 
' Contimicd next page. 



MISCELLANEOTTS PEDIGREES. 



249 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 59 ; 1543, fo. 72. 

Arms. — Argent, ten tnrteaux, four, three, two, and one. 

Crest. — A cubit arm erect, habited gules, shshed and cuffed argent, the handp-oper 
holding five roses of the first, stalked vert. 

S' Will'm Gifford marid also Jaine d. of=rElenor d. of S^ John Pawlett. 
S' John Rogers Kn'.=p 

A| b| 



bur. 


5 March.\ 


bap 


14 March. 




18 March. 


bii-. 


18 May. 


bap. 


15 Sept. 




11 Jan. 


, 


3 July. 


bur. 


15 March. 


" 


29 Jan. 




20 Feb. 


bap. 


15 May. 


born 10, „ 


31 Dec. 




17 July. 


born 27 Jan., „ 


U Feb. 


bur. 


2 March. 




25 Aug. 


bap. 


4 Feb. 


bur. 


27 Oct. 




8 June. 


, mar 


26 Feb. 


bur. 


18 June. ) 



1590. Hewgh George 

,, John, s. of Robert George, gent., 

1592. Samuel, s. of Robert George, gent., 

1593. John, s. of Robert George, gent., 

1594. John, s. of Robert George, gent., 

1595. William, s. of Robert George, gent., 

1597. Samuel, s. of Robert George, gent., 

1598. Christopher George, Esq., 
1612. William George 
1622. Robert George, Esq., 

1628. Beata, d. of John (?) Georges, Esq., 

1629. Christopher, s. of John George, Esq., 
1631. John, s. of John George, Esq., 
1633. Elizabeth, d. of John George, Esq., 

1636. M" Margaret George, widow, 

1637. M' William George 
1640. Robert, s. of John George, Esq., 
1643. Christopher, s. of John George, Esq., 

1653. John, s. of John George, Esq., 

1654. Richard Whitmore, Esq., and Elizabeth Georgf 
1707. William George, Esq., ■ 

In the new vestry of Baunton Church is a monument bearing the following inscription, 
surmounted by an escutcheon of arms : Vert, fretty azure, for Whitmoeb ; impaling. Quarterly — 
1 and 4, Argent, a fess gules between three falcons rising azure, Geokge ; 2, Or, five lozenges 
in fess azure, Penninoton j 3, a bend between lions passant 

Quam religiose vixit uirgo pia 
Quam in culpate convixit uxor 
Quam pie obijt puerpera 1" 
Mai] 1656 setatis suae 22. 
Elizabeth, sole daughter & heyre of John Georges of Baunton, Esq., w'" her dear child 
resteth here in peace waiting for y« Resurrection of y° body & y° life Everlasting. 
Followed by some poetry. 

Against the east wall of the south aisle of Cirencester Church is a handsome marble tablet 
bearing the following inscription, surmounted by three busts, a woman between two men, each 
bust charged on the base with a shield of arms : 1, Argent, a fess gules between three falcons 
rising azure, legged and beaked or, Geoege ; 2 (the woman). Per fess or and argent, a lion 
rampant gules ; 3, Gules, three fleurs-de-lis or, on a chief argent a lion passant of the first. 

To the Lasting Remembrance | of | William Georges Esq. | this Monument was Erected | 
by 1 Rebecca his Relict. | Who being afterwards married to 1 Thomas Powell Esq. | ordered that 
his memory also should be | Herein transmitted to Posterity | William Georges Esq. | Was 
underneath interred June the IS"" 1707 | In the 8P' year of his age. By his Body was deposited 
That of I Thomas Powell Esq. Sept. the 13'" 1718 1 In the 67'!' year of his age. 

To their Remains were added Those of | Rebecca | Nov' y« S'" 1722 in y" 80"" year of her 
age I Whose bequest out of the Estate devised r,o her by | W. G. did at Lady day 1728 amount 
to 2400' I and 200' a year for Erecting and Endowing a Charity | School or Schools in this 
Town. The other Pious and Charitable Gifts of R. P. and also of W. G. & | T. P. are recorded 
in y" Catalogue of | Benefactions to this Parish. 

Underneath a shield of arms : Geobges, impaling. Gules, three fleurs-de-lis or, on a chief 
argent a lion rampant of the first. 



250 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJOESTBRSHIEE. 



A| 



J_l 



Jerom. Elizebeth. John Gifford.=rJoane d. of Hen. Bruges 








|0,.. 


. . in com. Berks 




John Gifford of^Elizebeth 2 d. of S' 


George=r"Will'm 


Richard Gifford and 


Weston [sic] 




Throgmorton Kn'. 


Hodges 


others. 


Vide 


under Edg in 










Hampsh] 


ire. 


com. Gloc. 


1 1 












Anna. Adrina. 




S' George 


Kichard. 


Katherin 


1 1 
Elizebeth 


Grisegond vx. 


1 1 
Jane vx. 


Gifford 


— 


vx 


vx 


Edw. Grey 


Edward 


Kn'. 


ffrancis. 


Moore of 


fiitzhugh. 


Bonn of the 


Yate of 







com. 





lord Powis. 


Buckland 


John 




Oxon. 


MiUecent 





in com. 


Gifford. 






vx. John 


Mary vx. 


Berks. 








Clavill of 


S^Ric. Barker. 




WiUiam. 








Purbeck. 




Anne. 



(^ootirtge* 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. SS" ; 154S, fo. 27. 



Arms. — Argent, on afesse gules, between two lions passant-guardant sable, a fleur-de- 
lis between two crescents of the field. 

Crest. — A demi-Kon rampant ermine, collared or, holding a battle-axe argent, handled 
of the i 



Thomas Godrige.=f= 



Will'm Godrige.=T=. 



Estington. 



John Goodrige.=pElizabeth d. of Richard Grevill of Lemyngton. 



Robert Godrige of=pEdith d. to . . . . Margarett 1 ux Rowley, 2 to Will'm 

Charlewi in com. I Antyll of .... in Brograve of Wapenham in com. North- 
Gloc. com. Dorset. ampton. 



Charlton Kings, 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



251 



Edward 3 sonn. 



WiU': 



Richard Godrige=pElizabetli d. of Jaae wife of 
eldest sonn. .... Bushe. John Stubbes. 



Margaret wife 
to John 
Wyndowe. 



m Godridge 2 sonn. Robert Godridge son and heire. Elizabeth. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 23 ; 1543, fo. 15\ 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Argent, a lion rampant ermines, collared or ; 2, Sable, a chevron 
letween three spearheads argent, emhrued gules ; 3, Argent, a chevron between 
three cocks gules ; 4, Gulss, two bars and a canton argent; 5, Faly of six 
argent and sable, on a bend or three pheons of the second. 

Ceest. — An arm embowed in armour argent, garnished or, holding in the hand a 
broken sword argent, hilt sable. 



Henry Willes,^ vide plus=i=Janne d. to Lawrance 
Northwales fo. 84. I W"= of Wales. 



Thomas a Guillim.=rlybell d. to John a Deane. 
I 



John Guillim of Westbury in=^Margaret d. and heire of Nicholas "Woodhowse of 
Forrest of Dene in com. Gloc. I London and of Katherin his wifife vide .... 



ry iu-pii 
Qloc. I I 



Isabell mar to John Tasse mar. to Henry Jane mary^ to John Whittington 
Hiett of Rodley.3 Wintell.s of St. Bravels.s 



I III 

John GuillimnpFrancesd. to Richard Alice maryd to Richard Robert.* William.* 

of Mynster- Dennys of Siston in Dobyns of Mordefford — 

worthe. com. Gloc. in com. Hereford.' Thomas.* 



Prestbury. 

Jane, d. of William Goodrich, bap. 28 Feb. 

John White and Mary Gotheridge mar. 27 Sep. 
Edmund Goodrich and Anne Pem'erton „ 7 Oct. 

Anne, d. of Edmund Goodrich, bap. 22 Feb. 
John, s. of Edmund Goodrich, „ 4 Feb. 

Anne Gutheridge, d. of Edmund and Anne, bur. 22 Jan. 

Edmund Goodridge „ 10 Aug. 

Edmund Goodrich „ 13 June.' 

Sarah, wife of Richard Goodrich of Charlton Kings, „ 2 Oct. 



1676. 
1678. 
1681. 
1685. 
1703. 



1762. 



' Gilliams— Harl. MS. 1041. 

' The marriage in Harl. MS. 1543. 



This generation in Harl. MS. 1041 only. 
Harl. MS. 1041 only. 



252 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTEBSHIRE. 



Prescilla mar. to 
John Jones of 
Fennystanton in 
com. Hmiting. 



S' John Gwillim=Vrsula Crewes 
£et. 22, 1572. of com. 

Northampton. 



Margaret wife to 
John Ashe of 
Aughton in com. 
Ebor. 



Francis mary* to John Elizabeth.* Alice.i Walter 2 sonne George.^ Eichard.' 
Hatley of Sowtho in — est. 21, 1572.1 — 

com. Hunting. Anne.* , Thomas.^ 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 190. 
[Note. — The date of this pedigree is about 1697.] 
Georg Gwyneth descended out of Carnarvonshire in North Wales.=r 

Eichard Gwyneth of Sherdington=pMary d. of Eich* Estcourt 
in com. Gloucester. of .... in com. Wilts. 



George Gwinnet of Great=j=Elizabeth d. of William Lawrance Richard.= 
Sherdington in com. Glouc. 1 Esq. of Sherdington. 



Eichard Gwinnett=T=Ann daug. of William Capell Eichard. George. Mary, 
of Sherdington. I of y^ Citty of Glouc. 



George Gwinnett of Sherdington.=fSarah d. of George Brown of 
Turley in com. Glouc. 



Eichard Sarah. Hannah. Martha. Mary. George. Phoebe. Elizabeth 

set. 22. > V ' * V ' died 

Dec*. Living. young. 



> Harl. MS. 1041 only. 




* Westbury-on-Severn. 




1599. Katherine Gwillim 


bnr. 2 June. 


„ Moyses Drewe and Margery Gwyllim 


mar. 22 Oct. 


1606. Dorothye, d. of John Gwillim, 


bap. 8 Nov. 


1638. John Gwillim 


bur. 4 Jan. 


„ Elizabeth Gwillim, widow. 


„ 24 Feb. 


t St. Michael's, Gloucester. 




1713. Mary, d. of George and Anne Gwinnet, 


bap. 26 June. 


1714. Elizabeth, d. of George Gwinnett. 


„ 28 June. 


1715. George, s. of George and Anne Gwinnett, 


„ 13 Oct. 


1717. Anne, d. of George and Anne Gwinnet, 


„ 5 Sept. 


1719. William, s. of George and Anne Gwinnet, 


., 11 April. 


1728. Henry Gwinnett and JIartha Jones of the Lea 


mar. 24 Feb. 


1731. Mr. Gwinnett (sword-bearer) 


bur 


1739. Mr. George Gwynnet 


„ 24 April. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



253 



Arms. — None tricked. 
Radulphus de Cam ob. 16 E. 1.^ 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 185. 



Henricus de Cam.=T= 



Rogerus de Cam. 



John Heyward.^rLiicia. 
■William Heyward.- 



I 



John Oswald of Alkertone.=j=Jone d. and heire. 
I_ 

Thomas Hardyng.=f=Margaret d. and coheire. 
Will'm Hardyng ob. 37 H. 8 per inquision Isic']:- 



Richard Hardyng=f= 
ob.l Q.Elizabeth. I 



Anne ux. 

John 

Trotman. 



2. John Hardyng=T= 
of Cowley. 



2. George Hard-=p 1. Thomas Hard- 
yng of Cam and yng ob. 33 
Draycotts 1604. Q. Elizabeth. 



Margaret 
ux. John 
Browneing. 



Morris Hard- 2. Richard Hard- 
yng ofCowley yng of Hurst 
1604. 1604. 



Joseph Hardyng 1604. 



I 

1. John Hardyng 
of Cam 1604. 



2. "William Hardyng 
of Durseley 1604. 



1609. Anne, d. of John Hardinge, bap. 2 July. 

1620. Elizabeth, wife of John Hardinge, bur. 4 Dec. 

1625. Mary, d. of Daniel Hardinge, ,, 30 Aug. 

1662. Deborah, d. of William Hardinge, bap. 21 April. 
„ Katherine, d. of Richard Harding, ,, 16 May. 

1663. Mr. William Harding, Minister, bur. 2 March. 
1665. Ferdinando Dodswell of Cam and Winifred Harding of 

Hawksbury, mar. by licence 30 June. 

1668, Qeorge Harding of Cam and Elizabeth Lander of Cowley mar. 14 May. 



254 THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

fl^arrts* 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 188. 
Arms. — None tricked. 
Thomas Harris of Shropshere.=j= 



John Harris of the County=pElizabeth d. of William 
of Glocester. I Hyron of Glocestershere, 



Giles Harris of Churchhill.=Judith da. of Walter WaUwin de Go. Heriforde. 



f^utileston* 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 81 ; 1543, fo. 47\ 
Aems. — GuUs, a fret argent. 
S' John Hudleston Knight.=f= 

1 wife.=rS'' John Hudleston Knight. =p2 wife. 

J L 



I II I I II I 

1. S"" Anthony 2. Henry. Elenor. Eichard Roger. Bridget. 

Hudleston — Hudleston. — 

Knight. 3. William. Georgius. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 82. 

Arms. — None tricked. 

Thomas Hyatt of Lydaey=T=Joyce d. and coheire of Simon Melborne of Icomb 
in com. Gloster esq^ I in com. Herefford [Gloucester ?] Esq. 

Jaques Hyett=pJane d. of Christopher Baynham Symon Jane 
of Lydney. I of ClorewaU in com. Gloc. Hyett. Hyett. 



I I I I I 

Christopher Hyett. George. Frances. Jane. Elizabeth. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 255 

Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 23". 
Arms. — Argent, a /esse sahle and in chief three ogresses. 
Gifferey LaDgley.=r 



S' Geffery Langley K.=p Walter Langley.^ 



ohn 



John Langley Lord Christian ux. Kobert John Langley.' 

of Mylcocke. Massey. =r 

I 



A da. mar* to S' Nicholas Seymer. Gifferey Langley .=p 
T I 

Bridget m^ to John "Worth. Gifferey Langley. =p 
Joane m« S' John Therlton [?] [2'^ to S' John TrUlow— Harl. 1041, fo. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 38"; 1543, fo. 3". 
Arms. — None tricked. 
Arthur Lawrance of Pryors Courte in com. Gloc.=j=Daught. 



Savacre Lawrence 2 sonn.=pDaught. 



James Lorance Richard Peter Lawrance=pAnn d. and heire of Richard Eleanor 
2 Bonn. 3 sonn. sonn and heire. Capell of HookcapeU in mar. 



Hereford. 



Edward 2 Bonn. Francis 3 sonn. Michell 4 sonn. Will'm sonn and heire. 



Mary d. and coheire of George= 
Boulstrod of Highley [Hedgley — 
Harl. 1041] in com. Buckingham 
1 wife. 



Chri8topher=pElizabeth d. to=. . . . Willoughby 



[5 sonn- 
Harl.1041]. 



Edward Lord 1 husband. 
Bray. 



Ill III I 

Jane. Edward [Edmond — Peter Gabryell Henry Lorance Eleanor. 

— Harl. 1041] sonn 2 sonn. 3 sonn. 4 sonn. 
Mary, and heire. 



256 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIBE, 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 63. 

Aems. — Gules, on a chevron engrailed letween three fleurs argent as many chess- 
rooks sable. 

Henry Mynne.=j= 
I 



John Mynn of Minerish [?]T=Catherine d. of S' John Wyottisley 
in com. Gloster. I al's Garter King of Armes. 



I I 
Elenor d. and coheire ux. Nicholas Catherine d. and coheirs 
Cutler of Aye in Suffolk. ux Calthrope. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 41". 

Nicholas Oldesworth of Pultens Court in com. 61oster.=r 
^1 

Thorn. 01desworth.=i=Margerett d. of Ric. Hardkin of .... in com. Essex. 

Joseph Oldesworth. 
Edward 01disworth.=i=Tacye d. of Arthur Porter. 



Arnold Oldesworth of London 1604. 



' Aems. — Gules, on a fesse between three billets argent as many lions passant-guardant of the 
field. 

Ceest. — A lion sejant rampant-guardant gules, holding in the paws a scroll or. 

These Armes and Crest were confirmed to Edward Oldsworth with his brethren sons of .... 
Oldsworth of Polton's Court in y' County of Gloster by S' Gilbert Dethicke alias Garter King 
of Armes, Robert Cooke Esq. alias Clarenceux King of Armes of y' East West and South Parts, 
William Flowes alias Norroy King of Armes of y« North Parts. Dated y' 15 of June anno 
domini 1569. (Add. MS. 12454.) 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 25? 

Ear]. MS. 1543, fo. 8i^. 

Thomas Parker of=pJane d. and coheire of John Moore of=James Dingley 
Northlatch in com. Douklin in com. "Worster widdow of 1 husband. 
Gloster 3 husband. Will'm Ashffeld vide Hereford. 



Michell Parker of Northlach. Mary Parker. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 54 ; 1543, fo. 39. 

Arms. — Guiles, three lions rampant argent. 

S' Grimbald Paunceflfoot.=p. . . . d. and heire of the lord of Kyrkhowell. 
I 

S' Grimbald Paunceffoot.=p 
I 

S' Richard Paunce£foote.=T= 
I 



S' Grimbald=p. ... d. of ... . S' Andrew=pJulian d. and heire=. . . . Myll of 

Pauncfoot. Turbervile. Herle. of ... . Rows. Glostershire. 



S'' Hughe Paunceffoot.=p. . . . d. of S'' Andrew. 

Margerett d. of=pThomas PauncefToot marid=Margerett d. of S'' Margery 

S' Humffrey 3 Elenor d. of Tho. Abriges John [S-- Tho.— ux. W" 

[Henry— Harl. [Bridges— Harl. 1041]. Harl. 1041] Swyn- Tracye. 
1041] Ogan. fford. 



Elizebeth Grevill.=f=Henry Paunceffoote marid=pKatherin d. of 
I Elizebeth Moorehen. I . . . . Gysse. 



John=Agnes d. Thomas. Richard Mede.= Anne. = Arthur Jane 

Paunce- of S'' — Arms. — Gules, a Keyns ux. 

ffoote. John S' Giles. chevron ermitie between [Kemys George 

Low. — three trefoils argent. — Harl. Bea- 

Anne. 1041]. mont. 

h h 



258 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



VAEIATION OF PART OF PEDIGREE IN HARL. MS. 1041. 
Si^ Grombald Pauncefoote K.=r. ... d. to ... . Turberville. 



S' Hughe Pauncefoote K.=p 
I 



S' Johu Pauncefoote Knight. n=. . . . d. to S"" Andrew Herle. 

Margarett da.=rThomas PauncefotteS married^fMargaxett da. Margery ux, 
to Henrey 
Owgan K. 



Elianor da. to Tho. Bridsres. 



to S' Tho. William 

Swinford. Tracey. 



Elizabeth=Henrey Pance-=f=Katharen 



da. to fote m'' EHza- 

.... beth Morehen. 

Greyille. 



da. to 
Gysse. 



I I I 

Thomas Anne. 
Pance- 
fote. 

Gylles. 



Jaine ux. 
George 



Anne 1 yxor 
Richard 



Beamont. Mede 2 to 
Arther 



Kemys. 



John Pancefotte.=Agnes d. to S' John S' Low K. 



Sergeant or ^argent. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 57"; 1543, fo. GS*. 

Armh : Harl. 1041. — Argent, three dolphins naiant embowed sable. 

[The portion of this pedigree printed in italics agrees with Vincent MS. 115, 
fo. 13.] 

William Sargent. =f^ 

^1 

I 



John Sargent of Blonmouth: 



Thomas Sargent of Stone in com. Glocester.^Allice d. of John A Barnesdale. 

I 

I 



of 



Thomas Sargeynt=^'K&t\ier\n d. to John Trye of Hardwick John Sargeant. 
I in com. Glocester Esquire. 
a| 
Newent. 

1701. Charles Pauncefote of Pauntley bur. 12 March. 

1703. William, s. of William Pauncefote, gent., by Sarah his wife, bap. 21 April. 

1706. John, s. of John Pauncefote, clerk, by Hester his wife, „ 20 April. 

1708. Hester, d. of John Pauncefote, clerk, by Hester his wife, „ 7 Jan. 

1710. Thomas Hill, junior, and Elizabeth Pauncefote mar. 23 Oct. 

1714. Anne, d. of John Pauncefot, cler.. by Hester his wife, bap. 10 Jan. 

1724. John Pauncefote ' bur. 30 July. 

1740. William Hill and Elizabeth Pauncefote mar. 9 Oct. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



A| 



2. John Ser- 1. Mathew Sergeant of Stivict 
geynfc of hall in com. Warwick nere 

London. Coventry 1619. 



1. Thorn. Sergeant 
6 yere old 1619. 



:ffrances d. of Edward Emme 
Bagnal] of ffenny vx. 
Behtly in com. Darby 



Nicholas 
4 yere old. 



Joane ffirances 

8 yere old. 2 yere old. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 83 ; 1543, fo. 62". 
Arms. — Or, a chevron quarterly azure and gules, between three flint-stones of the last. 



William Stone=pMargaret d. of . . . . Wriothesley 
of Lechlade. I of the Writhosleys House. 



Thomas Stone=f=Allice Pentecost sister to 
of Lechlade. I the Abbes of Abbington. 



John= 

Stone. 



Dorathe d. and heire ux. Diones William=f Francis d. of John= William Legge of 



Toppes of Lechlade sonne of 
Godfrey 



Stone. 



Palmer of Kentish Chalton in com. 
Towne. South'ton. 



Henery William Catherin ux. Christopher Willenhall Mary ux. Steven Vachell 
s.p. Stone. of Willenhall nere Coventry. of Berington in com. 

South'ton. 



1755. Thomas Sargeaunt of Mitchell Deane and Ann Jelfe of this 

parish mar. by licence 25 June. 

Longhope. 

1703. Anne, d. of William Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, bap. 25 March. 

1704. Elizabeth, d. of William Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 28 March. 

1705. Edward, s. of WiUiam Serjeaunt and Mary his wife, „ 4 March. 
1708. Mary, d. of WiUiam Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 13 May. 

1710. John, s. of William Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, ,, 10 April. 

1711. William, s. of William Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 22 Nov. 

1712. Samuel, s. of William Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, ,, 14 Dec. 

1713. Margaret, d. of William Serjeaunt, gent., and Mary his wife, „ 26 Feb.; 
Micheldeane. 

1639. Emme, d. of Edward Sargeant of Longhope, bap 

1705. Sarah Sargeant bur. 25 Aug. 

1707. Edward, s. of M' William Sargeant of Hartsbarne, „ 9 June. 



260 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Came* 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 80" ; 1543, fo. 46". 
Arms. — Argent, a dragon vert and a lion azure, croivned gules, combatant. 

John Tame of Fairfford in com. Gloc.=i=Alice d. of . . . . Twiniho. 

I 

I i 

Wiirm=T= S'' Edmund Tame Knight waB=f Agnes d. of S'' Edw. 

Tame. I of Eayton in com. Gloster. Grevell Knight. 



Thom.=rJane 



Tame. 



2d. of 



Edmond=Catherine d. of S'' 
Tame. Wm. Dennys of 
com. Gloster. 



Allice ux. Thom. Verney 
of Compton in com. 
Warwick.^p 



Eichard. Edmond. Thomas. Elizabeth. 



Elizabeth ux. Eic. 
ap Howell. 



Margerett ux. Humfrey Stafford Knight sonn and heire 
S'' Humfrey of Blatherwick in com. Northampton. 



1. S'' Humfrey Stafford of Blatherwike 
in com. Northampton. 



2. John.: 



Cobjers antr W^tttlth^. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 67 ; 1543, fo. 7. 

Arms: Harl. 1543. — Quarterly — 1, Argent, two chevrons sable, a label of three points 
gules ; 2, Argent, on a chevron azure between three lions' heads erased gules 
two snakes or; 3, Gules, a lion rampant or beticeen two Jlaunches ermine; 
4, Quarterly iM- fesse indented or and azure ; 5, Argent, a fesse and in chief 
three escallops sable; 6, Argent, a fesse sable and in chief three pellets: 
impaling, Oides, two chevrons argent. 

Crest. — A lion's head erased gules, clmrged with a martlet for difference. 

In Harl. 1041 the Arms are quarterly of four coats — the first three quarterings 
as in the above, and the fourth : Argent, a chief azure, overall a lion rampant 
gules, croivned or. 

Crest. — A lion's head erased gules, charged ivith a crescent for difference. 

John Towers of Henyng.=pMargerett d. and heire of Eichard Eussell. 



Eichard Pride of Sallop.=pMargerett d. and heire. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 261 

A I 

John Ketleby of Ketleby in com. Lincon.=pMargeretfc d. and heire. 

Richard Ketleby of Ketleby.=rMargerett d. of . . . . Bodenham. 

John Kettelby of Ketelby.^pMargery d. to Richard Acton of Acton. 



John first sonne.^pMargerett d. and heire of Richard 2 sonn 
I Richard Cely. vide Sallop. 



John Kettleby.=f=Margerett d. of . . . . Tracey.= John Washborne 1 husband. 
I 

Francis Ketleby .=rSibill d. and heire of John Weaver of Burton. 

I n n \ i ^1 

1. John 2. Charles. 4. Francis. 6. William. Joyce ux. Anne. 
Ketleby. — — John 

3. Andrew. 5. Thomas. Berrington. 



I I I 

Henry=plsabell d. and one of the heirs of . . . .= [Richard Ketelby WiUiam 

Kettelby I Langley of Sodington Langley. 4 son maried.^] 3 sonne. 

4 sonn. 



ohn 



Ann d. to .... Walton widdow=i=John Kettleby.=j=Julyand.toMathew Margaret 
of Charlton [Chatertoni]. I I Bamfeld. Ketelby. 



M _ I 

He 



Anne Henry Ketelby. John Henry or=Ann d. to Edward [Edmound 

Kettelby. — sanz Andrew — Harl. 1041] Fetyplace. 

George Ketelby. yssu. 2 sonn Arms. — Gules, tivo chevrons 

ob. B.p. argent, Phetiplace. 



1. Mary mar. to James 3. Jane mar. to Edmond 2. Isabell mar. to Robert 

Gilliam [Gwilliam — James ob. s. p'le. Saveson [Sauesonne — 

Harl. 1041].=F Harl. 1041].=t= 

I \__ 

[Joane ux. Edward=f:Katherine d. to . . . . [Joanna ux. Anne ux. 

Edward HUl. Gwillime. Hinton of Barksh. Thomas Boothe. Richard 

=p Harmer. 



Moore Hill. Moore Gwillim. Anne. Thomas. John Harmer. 

Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] 



■ According to official record in the Herald's College, Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1669, 
MS. D. 12. 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 35^ 

Hugo de Rusi.=r 
^1 



Will'm's Baro de Barstable d'n's de Trascy.=i= 
Henricus de Trascy vixit t'pe Kinge Stephen.=j= 

Oliverus de Trascy D'n's de Barstable te'pe Joh'is Regis.=pEva, 

I 
Henricus de Trascy ob. 2 Ed. l.=pMatilda filia Wm. de Beause. 

Martinus baro Derlingto'.^p G-uido de Brian.=FEva sola filia et hares. 
^1 I 

Michael Martin.=pMatilda.=Galfrid de Camvill. 

I 

"Will'm's Martin.=pEleanor filia et hares Wm. Mohun.=. . . . Carew 1 maritus. 

_J 

I I 

Will'm's Henricus de Lascy=Johanna uxor=Nicholas de 
s. p'le. CO. Line. eutru'q' [?]. Audeley. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 84; 1543, fo. 63^ 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron lehveen three Icqnvings close salle, a crescent for difference. 
Crest. — A pelican in her piety or. 

.... Twinyho of =j= 

.... Twinyho of . . . .=j= 



William Twinyho of Cayford=j=. . . . d. and coheire 
in com. Som. of ... . Cobington. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGKEES. 



1. 'Wiliiam=pAnkarett d. and heire 2. John Thwinyho of Cirencester 
Twinyho I of ... . Hankeston and Bristow vide Somersetfc. 

of Kayford. vel "~ 



1. John Twinyho of Kayford 2. Wiiliam=rCatherin d. and heire of 
vide Somersett. Twiniho. Solers of Shipton Solers. 



. . . . d. and coheire=i='Walter Twinyho of Shipton^pAnne d. of . . . . Kennells and 
of Carew 1 wife. Solers in coni. Gloster. I widdow of ... . Parry 2 wife. 



Edith d. of Anthony Stileman [Stilmaman= Edward =Christian d. John Twinyho 

— Harl. 10-11] of Steple Aston in com. Twinyho of ... . vide^ovcfin&tt. 
Wilts 1 wife vide the yssue by this woman of Ship- Fauknor of =p 

in com. Somersett. ton Hampshire. )^ 

Solers. 



Contrail 

Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 43. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, a fesse gules letween three garbs sable, a 
martlet or for difference, Tyndall ; 2 and 3, Argent, a chevron gules between 
three pansies slipped and leaved proper, Le Bon. 

Thom. Tyndall of Estwood in com. Gloc. ob. 28 Aprill 1570=pAvys d. of 
buried at flfanchurch in London. I John Boddy 

Arms. — Arg., a fess gul. betw. 3 garbs sa., a crescent of London. 
for diff. ^1 

Elizabeth ob. s.p. 

Thom. Tyndall of Eastwood in com. Gloc.=p 
I 

Thom. Tyndall of East-=pOrian le Bon one of the sisters and heires of Claudius 
wood ob. 1619. I le Bon of ffarneaux in Normandy. 

1. Thomas 2. ffrances 3. Edmond. 4. George. Esperancia. Mary. Orian. 
Tyndall. dyed yong. 



264 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTERSHIRB. 

Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 77" ; 1543, fo. 6". 

Arms : Harl. 1041. — Quarterly — 1 andi, Sable, a chevron or letween three leys' hsads 
affronle, couped at the shouMers, each entwined round the neck with a snake, all 
■ ; 2 and 3, Sable, a chevron between three spearheads argent, embrued gules. 

Ivan Vaghan who came out of the^Arthon d. to . . . , 
house of Hergest in Hereford. I Knight. 



Eichard Vaughan of London.=j=Ellen d. to John Browne. 



Walter Vaughan of In8t= Elizabeth d. to Morris [Morrice — Harl.=Thomas Hull 
in com. Gloc. MS. 1543] Saunders of Rydland. first 1 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 31" ; 1543, fo. 23. 

Arms. — Or, three bars azure, over all an eagle with two heads displayed gules, a 

mullet sable for difference. 
Crest (in Harl. 1041 only). — A tiger sejant, the dexter paw resting on a cup [no 

tinctures]. 

[Collated with the Herald's Visitation of Gloucester in 1569, and printed in 
italics as far as it agrees. No crest is recorded in the Visitation.] 

Bobei-t Walrond 3 sonn to ... . Walrond in com. Wilts.-=F 



Walrond.=^Jane d.to . . 
^1 



WilVm Walrond of Langridge in com. Som.^Edith d.to ... . Burden of Stanton. 

WilVm 3. Robert Walrond of=Ciceley d. of . . . .="WiirmTrye Thomas 
Walrond Puckellchurch in com. Whitoxmeade and 1 husband. 2 sonn. 
1 sonn. Ghc''. widow to W" Try. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 32" 
Arms. — None tricked. 

John "Walshe of Olveston in com. Gloc.=f Elizabeth d. and heire 
Arms.— ^0Mre, six mullets or, three, I to Richard Ffoster of 
two, and om. Corbery. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



265 



Ann d. of Eob't Pointz=pJohn 
Knighte. I 



=Ann d. of John Dinley 
of Hampshire. 



Richard=pMargaret Morrice=Bridgett d. Ann 



Norton 
the sonn 
of 
Andrew. 



Walshe. Walshe. ofNycholas wife to 
Lord Edward 

Vaulx. Goorge. 



Anthony Norton. 



Catherin. 



Mabell wife 
to Henry 
Clyfford of 
Fframpton. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 44" ; 1543, fo. 19^. 

Arms. — Gules, a bend ermme, in sinister chief a talbot [^' scenting ""^1 or, within a 

hordure of the second, a crescent or for difference. 
Crest (in Hari. 1041 only). — A wivern sable, pierced through the head by a spear or 

dart, headed argent, staff of the first. Vide Hereford. 
[Crest.— 0?^ an embattled wall or part of a tower argent, masoned sable, a ivivern 

ivings expanded vert, pierced through the head ivith a javelin sable, steeled 

proper, vulned gules, charged tvith a cresce7it or. — MS. D. 12, Coll. Arm.] 

[Collated with the Heralds' Visitation of Gloucester, and printed in italics as 
far as it agrees.] 



Tho. "Walwyn of Markhyll.=rAnn c 

6. John Walwyn of Brecknock 



coheire of Symon Mylborne. 



I I I I I I I I 

Walwyn^ Ann d. of [John W"" an Nicholas. Eustace. Margerett 

of Longford in Symond ob. auditor. — — ux 

com. Hereford. Gawnt in s.p. ffolk. Edward. Tyrrell. 

com. Oxon. Harl. 1543.] 



I I I 

Symond Edward Wahvyn^Ghrystian d. to John Stret- Bridgett wife to John 

Walwyn of Souilmm in ford of Famcot in com. Gloc. ?FA«tor [Wheller — 

sonn. com. Glouc. Harl. 1041]. 



I i \ r \ \ I I 

John Edmond Richard George Walwyn WiU'm Symond Barbara. Jane. 
2 son. 3 sonn. 4 sonn. son and heir. 5 sonn. 6 son. 

At the bottom of fo. 19*, Harl. 1543, is the following: 

Edw"" Walwin of=Susan daf of Jn. Latton Esq. of Kingston Bagpuze Berks by 
.... Esq. Dorothy da. and coheir to Oliver Wellsborn Berks. 



266 



THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEaSHIEB. 



Haii. MSS. 1041, fo. 34''; 1543, fo. 26". 
-Azure, a hare courant between three suns or. 



John Watson.=i= Agnes d. of . . . . Tounge. 

Thomas "Watson of Bengeworth.=pAgne8. 
I 



2. John "Watson Thomas "Watson^ 
Bishop 



of Win- of Stratford 
com. Gloc. 



Thomas Watson. Ancarett. 



=Mary d. of Anthony Will'm Watson of= 



Aylworth of Ayle- 
worth. 



Aldington in com. 
Worster. Vide 
Worster. 



[Thomas 2 sonn [William — [John Watson- 
— Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] 



wmmt. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. SG". 
Ahms : Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 49''. — Azure, six mullets or, three, two, and one. 
Adam Welshe Esq.=r. . . . d. of W"" Pontlarch. 



S"' John Welsh Knight.=f=. . . . d. of S' John Seymer Knight. 



James Welsh.^ 



William Welsh, 



Anthony Welsh.; 



T 



Christopher Wekh. 



MISCELLANEOUS PBDmREBS. 267 



wmmnt^. 



Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 45. 
Aems. — None tricked. 

James "Whittney=pBlaiiche 4"' da. and coheire^f^S"" "William Harbert 
of Whitney. I to Simond Melborne. I of Troye 2 husband. 



S"" James Elizabeth tx. Anne vx. Eobart=j=Sibill da. S^ Charles S^ Thomas 
Whitney Thomas HenryCary Whit- 

ob. s.p. Morgan of L.Hunsdon ney. 
Arleston. K' of the 

Garter. 



to S'' Harbert Harbert. 

James Knight. 

Basker- 

ville. 



Robart Whitney .=T=Elizabeth da. to Morgan ap Gwillims. 

2. William. 3. Thomas. 4, Eichard. Nicholas Margarett. Anne ux. Thomas 
Whitney. Eoberdg. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 85. 

Thomas Whittingham.=p 



John Whittingham of=pCatherine d. of . . . . Parker=Richard May of . 
.... in com. Gloc. of .... in com. Gloc. in com. Worster. 



John Whit- Roger Whit- George Whit- Allice ux. Will'm Pensonn 
tingham. tingham. tingham. Chancellor of Herefford. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, fo. 64'' ; 1543, fo. 74''. 
Guy Whittington.=p. . . . d. and heire of ... . Pawntley. 

Guy de=p. . . . d. and heire [Reymfrey=p[Joane d. and h. to S'=[JohnNanfant 



Whit- 
tington. 



of ... . Vpton of Arundell- 



John Coleshull K' — 2 husband- 



Hasler. Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] Harl. 1041.] 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



William=FElizabeth d.=r[. 



Whit- 
tington. 



and heire of 

Remfrey 

Arundell. 



Brome [Remfrey=j=[Anne d. to 



2 husb.- 
Harl. 1041.] 



Arundell 
Knight— 
Harl.1041.] 



S' Andrew 
HogardK' — 
Harl. 1041.] 



[Elizabeth 
ux. John 
Brome — 
Harl. 
1041.] 



[Constance [S"' Edmond=[Jane d. 
ux. John Arundell K' to ... . 
Marrow — ob. s.p. — Wal- 
Harl. Harl. 1041.] grave— 

1041.] Harl. 

1041.] 

[Anne d. and h. ux. John Dauers — Harl. 1041.] 



[Anne ux. 
John 
Croker — 
Harl. 
1041.] 



[Elizabeth ux. 
Edmond 
Stradling — 
Harl. 1041.] 
5= 

[John=p[Ali( 



Strad- 
ling— 
Harl. 
1041.] 



[Thomas Dauers— Harl. 1041.] 



[Silvester Davers— Harl. 1041.] 



d. to . . . 
Lang- 
ford— 
Harl. 
1041.] 



d. and heire 
of Simon Milborne 
widdow of Thorn. 
MoniuErton. 



=i=John Whit-^ 

I tington of 
! Pawntley. 



=Elizebeth d. of [ Janne ux. John [Mary- 
s' Richard Bodoge — Harl. Harl. 
Croftes Knight. 1041.] 1041.] 



Alexander Whit- John [Whit- 

tington of Not- tington of 

grave m. Magerett Pawntly — 

d. of Harl. 1041]. 

Dauncey. 



Christopher. Thomas=pMargery William. 



Whitting- 
ton of 
Pawntley. 



Anne d. and 
coheire ux. 
Beuice 
Barkley. 



Boden- 
ham. 



Alice 

ux. 

John 

Nan- 

fant. 



Elizebeth 
vx. S' 
Giles 
Poole K'. 



d. of 

William 

Nedham. 



Blanch 



John S' 
Alban. 



I 
. . . . ux. 
Captaine 
Edward 
Barkley. 



Roger 
Boden- 



S'' Henery 

Poole 

Knight. 



Thomas 
S' Alban. 



Magerett [Margaret 
—Harl. 1041] ux. 
[S^— Harl. 1041] 
Thomas Throgmor- 
ton of Crowsland. 

S' Thomas Throg- 
morton of Crows- 
land. 



Thomas. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



eieijttttufltou. 



Harl. MS. 1543, fo. 165. 



Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Gules, a /esse check)/ or and azure ; 2, Gules, a chevron 
ermine between three escallops argent; 3, Argent, a chevron gules between three 
hurts ; 4, Azure, a bend cotised between six cross-crosslets fitchee, all or. 

Crest. — A lion's head erased .... 



John Wliittington=pElizebeth d. and coheire=rTlioinas Monington 



of Pauntley in 
com. Gloster. Vide 
ante ffollio 74. 



of Simon Milbome of I of Sarnffeld in com. 
Tillington. Vide Here- | HereflFord 1 husband, 
flford. ^ 



1. Thomas Whittington of=f=Margery d. of S"" William 
Pauntley in com. Gloster Nedham of Shenton in 
had 6 dau. his coheires. com. Sallop Kn*. 



2. John "Whittington 
of Bewdley. 



Blanch 
us. John 

St. 



Anne ux. Jane ux. Eoger 
Beyize Bodenham. 

Barkley. 



Margerefct 
ux. Thomas 
Throgmor- 
ton. 



Nanffant. 



Elizebeth ux. 
S'- Gyles Poole 
of .... in com. 
Kn'. 



2 [? 3]. Alexander 'Whit-=pAnne d. of John Dauntsey 
tington of Notgrove in of Brinsop in com. Here- 
com. Glocester. ford. 



Jane ux. 

"Will'm 

Harper. 



1. Christopher=pEnenor d. and coheire of 
Whittington John Wever of Burton in 
of Notgrove. com. HerefFord. 



2. Will'm Whittington^Anne d. 
of Burton in com. of ... . 

Hereflford. MaUory. 



John=f=Catherin d. AlIexander=FJane d. 



Whit- 
tington 
of Not- 
grove. 



of Thom. 
Nanffon of 
WoUyshaU 
in com. 
Worster. 



Whitting- 
ton of 
Strang- 
warren 
in com. 
Herefford. 



of W- 
Pates- 
hall. 



Thom.Whit- 
tiugton of 
Eisington 
in com. 
Gloster. 



I 

=Ann d. of Ellenor 

Will'm ux 

Eisley of Bennet 

Chitwood 

in com. 

Buck. 



Christopher Whittington. Allexander. 



Dorathey ux. John Susan ux. Kichard Anne ux. Ellenor ux. 
Carre of Busley. Haven. Eichard Allexander 

& Dawkes. Llewellin. 



270 THE VISITATION OF GLOTJCESTEESHIEB. 
I A 



=1. Edmond= 

Whitting- 
ton. 



•Ellenor d. of Will'i] 



I I 
2. Thomas. 



4. Guy. 6. Allexander. 



Patshall of Pidlestone — 

in com. Herefford 3. Henery. 5. John. 7. Richard. 

1 wiffe. 



I 
John Whittingto 



Dorathey. Catherin. 



3. Richard Whittington.=pMary d. of . . . . Herefford of Sufton 4. Rowland 
I in com. HereflTord. Whittington. 



Margerett ux. Elizabeth Jane ux. 2. Phillip. 4. Wiliiam. 5. Rowland 

Thom. Man- ux — s.p. 

ffeld Clark. Gamage. 3. Henery. 

1. John Whittington of Hampton in^Bridgett d. of John Higfford of Dixton in 
com. Herefford. com. Gloster. 



I I I 

Will'm Whittington. John and others. Bridgett. 



Harl. MSS. 1041, ff. 
Arms. — None tricked. 



and 36 ; 1543, fo. 23''. 



Thomas Wilton of Dymock in com. Gloc.=p. . . . daugh. of , 



Edward [Ed- Alice d. of . . . .= 

mend — Harl. Sharpe [Hai'per 

1041] Wilton —Harl. 1041] 

2 sonn sanz 2 wife. 
yssu. 



I 
=John Wilton=FEleanor d. of 



of Uymocke. 



Guy [GiUes- 
Harl. 1041] 



first wife. 



John Wilton 
2 sonn. 



Ann. 



Mary. 
Jane. 



Margaret. 



Elizabeth. 



Matilda wife to 

Mylls 

[Maud ux. 
WiUes— Harl. 
1041]. 



Thomas Wilton 
and heire. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



271 



Pedigree No. I. 



Earl. MS. 1041, fo. id. 



Arms. — Quarterly of fifteen — 1, Sahle, a fesse ermine, a crescent for difference, 
Winter ; 2, Argent, a saltire gules tvithin a lordure saile charged tcith ten 
mullets or, Hodington ; 3, Azure, three salmons naiant in pale argent, 
Crojieletne ; 4, Or, two lions passant azure, an annulet gules for difference, 
SoMEREY ; 5, Gules, a lion rampant or, D'Aubigney ; 6, Argent, on a chief 
azure two saltires couped or, Sentlis ; 7, Azure, three garbs or, Chester; 
8, Azure, a wolf's head erased argent, Lupus ; 9, Argent, three mullets gules, 
Enoville ; 10, Barry nehulk of six argent and gules, on a lend salle three 
lezants, Golafee ; 11, Ermine, on a chief indented gules three mullets or, 
Bassett ; 12, Argent, on a bend gules three round buckles or, Cassy ; 
13, . . . ., on a Imul engrailed between two plain cotises sable three mullets 
argent, Throgryme ; 14, 0?; two bars tozengy gules, Tyrry ; 15, Gules, a 
chevron ermine between three lions rampaiit argent, Langton. 

Crest. — A pheasant pi-oper. 

[In another hand.] "This is y^ right creast to Winter's coat :" Out of a ducal 

coronet or, a cubit arm in armour erect proper, holding in the gauntlet a plume of three 

ostrich-feathers argent. 

Roger Lord Someraye=pNichola filia & heires Willelm's de 
de Barrowe. I Albaney comes Ai-undell. 



Eicardus Cromelyn=pMargareta filia Johanna vxor Elizabetha ux. Rogerus d'n's 



miles. 

Arms. — B., 3 fislu 



& coheires 
relicta Rad'i 
d'n's Ba-ssett 



Johannes Walteri Sully Somerey 

d'n's Strange militis. Barrowe ob. 

de Knocking. Arms. — Erm., 20 E. 1 s.p. 
3 bars gules. 



Ricardus Hodington.=pLucia filia & Johannes Knoville=pJohanna filia 



Arms. — Arg., a saltire gut. 
within a bord. sa. charged 
with eight mullets or. 



una hteredas 
Ricardi 
Cromeleyne 
militis. 



miles. 



Rogeri Laronis 
militis. 



I I I 

Baldwinus Hodington.=pJohanna filia & heires Joh'is Johannes Knoville 
I Knoville mil. miles ob. s.p. 



Rogerus Golofre=T=Catharina filia & una htered'f 
miles. I Johannes Bassett militis. 



Nicholaus d'n's Audeley de=r 
Heleigh. 



Johannes Golofrey=pAlicia filia Nich. Jacobus d"' Aude- 
filius & heires. d'n's Audeley. leigh de Heighleigh. 



Johannes Cas8y=^ 
de Adesburye. 



Hodington 
fil. & heres. 



=Margareta filia Thomas Cassey=j=Elizabetha filia WaIteri=pWiir 

& heires de Adesbury in I Cokesay de com. I Darsett 

Johannis com. Wigorn. Wigorn. militis 2'y to 3 m^ 

Golofre. miles. b The, Raveg, c 



272 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIBE. 

LL Ll 



Walterus Hodington=7=Janiia filia & Margareta Anna. Margeria. 

de Somerey. heires Thomas vxor .... — 

Gassy de Manwaringe. Vrsula. 

Adesbury. =^ 



Thomas Hodington de=f=Janna filia & heires Henrici Will'm's Manwaringe. 



in com. "VVigorn. 



Thros:ryme. 



T 



Johannes Manwaringe.=j= 
I 

Johannes Manwaringe. 



Rogerus Winter miles duxit.=pMargaretam filia . . . ., relictam Johannes d'n's 
Arms. — Cheeky arg. and sa., a Mohun de Dunstere. 
fess erm. I 

Rogerus "Winter.=f=Elizabeth filia TVill'mi Hotot de com. Glocest. 

Eicardus "Winter.^f^Margareta filia Walter! Burghull de com. Warr. 
I 

Will'm's Winter.=f=Elizabetha filia Hem-ici Appelbye militis. 
I 



Johannes Winter Capitandus Castri de Mayett in Franncia Joh'is duci Bed- 
fordite tunc Eegente 1426. 



Rogerus Winter .=rJohanna filia & heires Tho. Agnes filia & una heredes vxor 
Hodington. Will's Russell. 



Rogerus Winter. =j=Amia filia Ricardi Ashborne. 
[Vide pp. 277 and 
279.] 



Robertus Russell.=F 



Robertus Russell. 



I III 

Anna vx. Tho. Margareta ux. Elizabetha ux. Rogerus^Elizabetha filia Joh'is 

Vnd'^hill de .... Chadnor Tho. Soley de Winter, j Hungerford militis. 

Huuinghill (?). de Hartfordsh. Henlip. 



Robertus=T=Katharen 1. Janna Margareta 



Grilbertus Eobertus=pElizabetha 



Wynter. 



filia uxor 

Georgij Joh'es 

Throg- Som'- 

morton feild. 



Weyton de com. 

pention' (?). Wigorn. 

— filius & 

3. Elizabetha heres. 
ux. Gilbert 
Talbott. 



Winter Winter 
2 filius. 



filia Will'o 
WyrraU. 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



273 



E|_ 



Edwardus Johannes Janna filia=pGeorgius=pElizabetha Eliza- 



Katharen. 



Winter Wynter 
ob. s.p. ob. s.p. 



WiU'i 

Ingleby 
militis. 



"Wynter 
de Had- 
dington. 



filia Joh'is betha 
Bourne vx. Thos. 
militis. Bushell. 



Thomas Eobertus Wynter 

Winter attic'tus of the 

attic*" Gunpowd' 

s.p. treason. 



: filia 

Joh'is 
Talbott de 
Grafton. 



ibet 



Johannes Dorothea Elizabetha 
Wynter ux. Joh'is ux. Will'i 
attic'tus. Grauntt. Cole. 



Johannes Winter. 



Wynter Graunt. 



Thomas Cole. 



Will'm's Tyrrye.=r. . . . filia Johannes fi-atris comitis Desmond. 
Will'm's Tyrrye de Hibernia.=rJanna filia .... Gamage. 



I I 

Alicia filia & heires Will'i Tirrey.=f=Johannes Winter. 



Thomas Langton miles.=T=Maria filia 
Arms. — Gii., a chev. erm. de com. Eichmond. 
ietw. 3 lions ramp. arg. 



Will'm's 



Johannes=pElianora filia Will'i 
Langton. Gascoigne militis. 



Anna ux. Eicardi 
Stapleton militis. 



Will'm's Gascoigne= 
miles. 



Johannes Langton miles.=j=Isabella filia Eicardi Coigniers. Thomas Gascoigne.=p 

Thomas Langton 3 filius.=pCatharina filia . . . .=Andrewe Judde William 

Mathewe. 1 maritus. Gascoigne. 



Will'us Winter miles classicus Eliz.=pMaria filia & una heredes Tho. Langton. 
Eeginae supervisor. 



Edwardus=Anna filia 2. Nicholaus Will'm's 

Winter Edw. comitis & Winter 

miles. Wigorniffi nupta 3. Jacobus 4 filius. 

11 August 1595. ob. s. p'le. 



Maria ux. 
Thomas 
Baynham 
de com. 
Glocest, 



Elianora ux. 
Georgij 
Huntley de 
com. Glocest. 



274 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



|F 



Thomas Wil- 


=As:nes uxor 


Arthurus 


1 1 1 
Maria Randulph 


us Georgius- 





son Doctor 


Will'i 


primus 


Winter Winter 


Winter. 


filia 


Secretarius 


Brooke 1 


filius 


ob. s.p. 4 filius. 






Eeginse 


maritus. 


ob. s.p. 


— 




Brayne 


Elizabethse. 






Willielm's 
Winter 
6 filius. 




de com. 
Glocest. 


Will'm's=. . 


. . filiam & 


Johannes 'Winter=Maria filia 


Benedictus Winter 


"Winter heredem .... 


filius & heii 


es. Will'mi 


occisus contra 


2 filius. Arthur. 




Brunkert. 


Hispanor' a° 1588. 



Elizabetha uxor Thomazine Bridgitta Margareta Anna us. Maria nx. 

Fai'dinando Winter ob. ux. Georgij uxor Thomse Georgij Anselmi 

Inge de com. s.p. Wyrrall. Weekes. Price. Huntley. 
Wilts. 



Pedigree No. II. 



Harl. MS. 1041, fo. 7. 



Arms. — Quarterly of fifteen — 1, Saile, afesse ermine, in chief a crescent for difference, 
Winter ; 2, Argent, a saltire gules within a lordure sable charged with 
ten mullets or, Hodington; 3, Azure, three salmons naiant in pale argent, 
Cromeleyn ; 4, Or, two lions passant azure, an annulet gules for difference, 
SoMERT ; 5, Gules, a lion rampant or, D'Aubigny ; 6, Argmt, on a chief 
azure two saltires couped or. Senilis ; 7, Azure, three garbs or, Chester ; 
8, Azure, a wolf's head erased argent, Ll'PUS ; 9, Argent, three mullets sable, 
Knovill ; 10, Barry nebulee of six argent and gules, on a bend sable three 
bezants, Golafre ; 11, Ermine, on a chief indented gules three mullets or, 
Bassett ; 12, Argent, on a bend gules three round buckles or. Gassy ; 
IS, . . . ., on a bend engi ailed between two plain rotises sable three mullets 
argeiii, Throp.ry.mb : 14, Or. two burs lozcngy gules, Tyery : 15, 6'w/e.'.-, c 
'■fie-ron r 'n- 'i ■:■■ 'Iru' him- r^'ih/iifit aiijiiit. l.A'^GTi'^. 

*_ JJE.ST. A p/ieasani jjroj er. 



■Jose, standing on a tower. 



Another Crest is tricked im the same page, viz., ,1 
all argent, and the words, W'intour, 

Gwintour, brictish. 

A pedegree of all the seuerall houses whereof S' Will'm Wynter, Knight, is 
lineally descended, made by Clarenceaux Cooke, 30° April a° 1589. 

Willi'mus d'n's D'Aubigny et dapifer 
Norraannife. 

Arms. — Gules, a lion ramp. or. 



Henricus Co. Bruxellias fil. Lamberti. 
Arms. — Or, a lion ramp, azure. 



.T 



H 



MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



275 



A| 



Henricus Comes Bruxellia? duxit Will'mus d'n's Daubisruy de Bokenham et dapifer 
filiain Ducis Daringis. Augliae ex dono Will'i Coaquestoris. 



Godefridus cumbarba Co. BroxelliEe et Will'mus d'n's D'Aubigny dapifer Anglic. 
Dux Lorrannias. == =p 



I 

Godfridus Dux Loranise 
et Brabantise et Comes Lovaniensis 
Bruxellije duxit Mar- 
im de Limburgh. 



Will'us d'n's Dau- 
bigny de Boken- 



duxit Agnetam ham et dapifer 
filiam et hered' Anglise 2 vir. 
Will's d'n's 
Percy. 



I 
Henricus Dux Loranniffi et 
BrabantisB duxit Matildam 
fiJia Comitis BoloniaB. 



Henricus d'n's Percy 
de Topcliffe a quo 
comites Northumbr. 



: Alicia. = Henricus 
primus 
Rex 
Anglise. 



Willi'mus d'n's=pMatildiB 



D'Aubigny 1 
Co. Arundell. 



fil. Jacobi 
S' Lis. 



Simon Comes Montfort duxit Annam filiam et Eadulplius Vicecomes 

heredera Comitis de Eureulx. Bayon. 

Aems of Montfort. — Oules, a lion ramp. Arms. — Azure, 3 

quevee fourchee argent. garbs or. 



Simon Montfort Eandolphus Vicecomes=j=Margareta sorori Hugonis Comitis 
Comes Montfort Bayon et Co. Carlioli. Cestrise et consanguinea et hares 
et Eureux. Ric'i 2 Comitis Cestrise. 



Eadulphus de MescMnes=f=Elianora filia Simonis Will'us Romary Co. Lincolnise 
3 Comes Cestria. Comitis Montfort. et d'n's de Bullingbrooke. 



Randulphus Gernons Will'us Romary Comes Lincolnise et d'n's de Bullingbroke. 

4'»8 Comes Cestria j= 

duxit .... filiam i 

Comitis Glouc. Will'us Romary Comes Lincolniee et d'n's de Bulling- 

y broke ob. 22 H. 2 s.p. 



Hugh Keveliock Comes Cestrise duxit Bertrudam fil. Galfridi d'n's Lucy de 
Cockermouth. 



.T 



276 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



c| 



Eandnlphus 
Bloundevill 
6 Comes 
Cestr. ob. a° 
16 H. 3 s.p. 



Matildis 
1 fil. et 
una liEere- 
dum uxor 
Davidis 
Comitis 
Anguisise 
et Gal- 
lowiaB. 



-r I 

WiU'us D'Aubigny=j=Mabilia 
Comes Arundellise 2 filia 
et Sussex d'n's de et una 
Bokenham et hsere- 

dapifer Anglise. dum. 



Agnes 3 fil. et 
una hferedum 
uxor Will'i 
Comitis 
iSFerrers et 
Derbyas d'n's 
de Tutbury 
et Oakham. 



I 
Hawisia 
4 fil. et 
unahsere- 
dum uxor 
Eob'ti 
d'n's 
Quincy, 



Isabella 2 soror 
et una hseredum 
uxor Joh'is 
d'n's fiitzalan 
de Clunet 



Mabilia soror 1 
et una hseredum 
uxor Eob'ti 
d'n's Tateshall 
de Tateshall et 
de Bokenham 
uxorio iure. 



Hugo D'Aubigny Nicholea 3 Cecilia 3 soror 



Comes Arundellia 
et Sussex obijt a° 
26 H. 3 s.p. 



soror et 
una hsere- 
dum vxor 
Eogeri 
d'n's 
Somery. 



et una hseredum 
uxor Eogeri 
Montalt de 



Cromclegtt. | 



Eogerus Johanna Eadulphus=Margareta=pEichardu8 



d'j 
Somery 
de Bar- 
row 
obijt 
20 E. 1 
s.p. 



soror et d'n's 



hseredum 1 maritus. 
uxor 

Joh'is d'n's 
Strange de 
Kiiokinge. 

A 



soror et 
una hsere- 
dum 
Eogeri 
d'n's 



Cromeleyn 
miles. 



Elizabetha 
soror et vna 
hseredum 
vxor Wal- 
teri Sully 
militis. 

Arms. — 
Ermine, 4 
barres gul. 



Hen . 
mil . , 
pass . 
Lord . 



WLinttx. I^otrtngtott. 

Eogerus Eichardus=pLucia 

"Winter Hodington 

miles miles. 

duxit 

Mar- 

garetam 

relictam 

Joh'is d'ni 

Mohun de 

Dunster. 



et una Knovill 

heredum miles 

Eichardi duxit 

Cromeleyn Johanna 



Golofre 



militis. 



Johannes Eogerus=rCatherina Nic =p 

~ ■" ~ - - gj gj. ^^^ Audley . . 

hered' leigh . . . .' 

Joh'is 

Bassett 

de com. 

Gloc. 

militis. 



Eogeri 
Larons 
militis. 



;erus Winter Baldwin^pJohanna Joh'es Johannes=F=Alicia Jacobus . . . 



duxit Eliza- 
betham fil. 
Will'i Hotot de 
com. Glouc. 



Hod- 
ington. 



filia 

et heres 
Joh'is 
Knovill 
militis. 



Knovill Golafre 

miles fil. et 

obijt heres. 
s.p. 



filia 
Nich'i 
d'n's 
Audley. 



Audley 



G 



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MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREE^. 



277 



r 

Richard Winter 
duxit Margaret 
filiam AValteri 
Burghull de 
com. Warr. 

IT 
I 

Wiirmns 
Winter duxit 
Elizabetha 
filiam Henrici 
Appelby 
militis. 



F| 



Johannes=pMars;areta Robertus=j=Matildi8 



Hoding- 
ton fil. efc 



fil. et 
heres 
Joh'is 
Golafre. 



d'n's 
Strange 
de Knok- 
ing. 



filia 

Baldwini 
d'n's 
Wake. 



Thomas 
Hun- 
gerford 
miles. 


Tho. 
mil . 

Cat . 
et . . 


T 


GOV . 



Walterus^ 
Hoding- 
ton. 



= Agnes 

fil. et 

heres 

Thomse 

Cassy 

de 

Adesbury. 



I 
Richai'dus= 

d'n's 
Strange 
de 
Knoking. 



risabella 


1 

Margareta 


fiha 


uxor 


Marcus 


Ed'r'i d'ni 


S' PhU- 


BurneU. 


bert 


=r 


militis. 











1 domi- 

nus 

Honger- 

ford de 

Hetes- 

bury. 



Johannes Winter capitaneus Castri 
de Mayet in flPrancia Joh'e duce 
Bedford tunc Eegente 1426. 



Thomas^ 

Hod- 

ington. 



=Jana fil. et 
heres 
Henrici 
Throgryme. 



1 

Johannes d'j 
Strange de 
Knokinge. 



Rogerus Winter=f=Johanna filia et una 
fil. et heres. I hered' Tho. Hod- 
ington. 



Rogerus Winter filius et her. duxit 
Ann am filiam Ric'i Ashborne. 
[Ftt^epp. 272 and 279.] 



Agnes fil. et una heredum vxor 
Will'i Russell de com. Wigorn. 



Robertus Russell a quo Russelli 
com. Wigorn. 



Edwardus Hungerford miles=pMargareta fil. et Tna hered' Robertus . . 
Ed'r'i Burnell mil. Hungerford , 

Margareta . . 
Will's d . . . 



Thomas Hnngerford=j=Christiana filia 
Joh'is Hall de 



Salisbury. 



Catherina ux. Ric'i Robertus 

West d'n's La duxit . . . 

Warre. et her . . 

d'n's M . . 



Johannes Hungerford miles.=f=Margareta 

i I 

Rogerus Winter=f Elizabetha filia Joh'is 
fil. et heres. I Hungerford mUitis. 



Blount de com. Glouc. 



WiU'mus= 
Tyrry. 

I 



-. . . . filia Joh'is fratris 
Comitis Desmond. 



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278 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Gilbertus Winter fil. Robertiis Winter=j=Elizabetha Willi'musTyrrie^pJana fil. 

et heres de com. fil. secundus. I filia Will's de Hibernia. 
Wigorn. =p | Wyrrall. 

^ I 



Gam- 
a"'e. 



Winter.=j=Alicia filia et heres Will'i Tirry, 
I 



Thomas Wilson doctor=pAgnes vxor Will'i 
secretary reginse Eliza- j Broke 1 maritus. filius 1 
beth. ^ 



ILattgtDn. 

Thomas Langton miles dusit Maria 
filiam .... Aske de com. Rich- 



Arthurus 

fili 

s.p 

Will'mus 



Maria Eadulphus 
s.p. Winter 4 

filius. 



mi 



Johannes Langton=j=Elianora fil. Will'i Anna vxor Eichardi Staple- Wi . 

fil. et heres. I Gascoyne militis. ton militis. Nic 

I ^ Th 

I 



Johannes Langton miles.= 
Arms. — G. a cheuron ermin between 
three lions ramp' a. 



Isabella filia Ric'i Coigniers. 



Thomas Langton=pCatherina filia 
filius 3. ] 



Mathewe.= 



: Andreas Judde 
1 maritus. 



Johannes 
Langton. 



\ \ 

Willi'mus Winter Georgius Winter=p 

filius 5. duxit 

B 

de com. G . . .^ 



Willi'mus Winter miles=f=Maria filia et 
classicus EUz. Reginse una hered' 
supervisor. ThomsB 
j Langton. 



I I 



I I 



duxit . . . filiam occisus contra 

. .1 Ivye 1 1 1 et heredum . .i Hispanos a" 

de com. Wyrrall. Price. duxit Mariam Arthur. 1588. 

Wiltes. — — filiam Will'mi 
— Brunkerd. 



Weekes. Huntley. 



1 I I 
Nicholaus. 

Jacobus s.p. 

Willi'mus 
Winter 4, 



Elizabetha vxor 
Will'i fil. et 
hered' Tho. 
Morgan de 
Machen in 
com. Monm. 



Jana. 



Maria 
uxor Tho. 
Baynham 
de com. 
Glouc. 



Edwardus Winter 
miles duxit d'nam 
Annam filiam 
Ed'r'i comitis 
Wigornise nuptus 
llAugustian595. 



Elianora 

vxor 

Georgij 

Huntley 

de com. 

Gloc. 



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MISCELLANEOUS PEDIGREES. 



279 



Pedigeee from Inquisitions in correction of Pedigrees No. 1 and No. 2, ( Vide pp. 272 and 277.) 



Robert Wjnter of Hodyngton, father of Roger. Inq. ] 



.TO. 37 Elizab., Part I., No. 75.=?= 
I 



Roger Wynter of Hodyngton. Died at Hodyngton 6 Mar. 26 Hen. VIII.: 
Inq. p.m. 27 Hen. VIII., No. 115. Enfeoffed in the manor of Cokesey 
and other lands as one of the cousins and heirs of the Lady Joyce Cokesey, 
Bister and heir of Sir Hugh Cokesey, 22 Sept. 11 Hen. VIII. 



^Elizabeth, da. of Sir 
John Hungerford Kt. 
Mar. settl. 10 Dec. 
2 Hen. VIII. Survived 
her husband. 



Robert Wynter of Hodyngton, son and heir, aged U years^Katherine,' da. of . . . 
on his father's death. Died 3 Edward VI. Inq. p.m. Survived her husband 
3 Edw. VI., No. 69. I and ex'or to his will. 



years^B 
p.m. S 

r 



Edward,' Valentine,' 
2 son. 3 son. 



George Wynter of Hodyngton.' Died^Jane, da. of Eliza- 
at Hodyngton 23 Nov. 37 Eliz. Inq. Sir William beth." 
p.m. 37 Elizab., Part I., No. 75. Ingleby Kt. 



Wynter of Hodyngton, aged 26 on his father's death.: 



' Named in will of Robert Wynter. 
English Bicknor. 
1598. Johanna, da. of William Wynter, gent., 
1615. Ann, wife of Christopher Wynter, 

1618. Elizabeth, da. of Christopher Winter, 

1622. Francis Dentriz and Alice Winter 

1623. Joanna Win tor 
Newland. 

1612. Mary. da. William Wyntour of Coleford, Esq., 
1617. Ann, da. William Winter of Colford, Esq., 

1619. John Ducket of Corsham, Esq., and Jane, da. of William 
Wintour of Coleford, Esq., 

William, son of Giles Wintour of Colford, Esq., 

William Wintour, Esq., of Colford, 

Thomas Winter 

Ann, da. of Edward and Jane Winter, 

Margaret, da. of Edw. and Jane Winter of Colford. 

William, son of Edw. and Jane Wintour of Colford, 

Elizabeth, da. of Edward Wintour of Colford, gent., 
1656. Charles, son of Edw. Winter, gent., and Jane, of Colford, 
1673. Catherine, da. of Giles Winter, gent., and Cath., of Colford, 
Tidenham. 

1 724. Winifred, da. of Winifred Winter, 
Ljdney. 

1681. William and John, sous of Charles Winter, Esq., 

16S.S. Ann, dau. of Charles Winter, Esq., 

1690. Robert, son of George Wintour and Sarah, 

William, sou of Christopher Winter, gent., and Hannah, 

Ann, da. of do. do. 

Sarah, da. of George Winter and Sarah, 

Christopher, son of Christopher Winter and Hannah, 

William, son of George Winter and Sarah, 

Mary, da. of do. do. 

1703. Thomas, son of Anthony Wintour and Elizab., 
1726. Mary, d. of William and Mary Winter, 
1731. James, son do. do. 

1733. George, sou do. do. 

1736. Sarah, da. do. do. 

1740. William, son do. do, 



1625. 
1626. 
1627. 
1639. 
1640. 
1641. 
1652. 



1692. 
1695. 
1696. 

1702. 



bap. 12 Mar. N 


bur. 3 Nov. 


„ 20 July. 


mar. 30 Nov. 


bur. 29 Mar. ) 


bap. 18 Nov. N 


„ 15 Dec. 


mar. 6 April. 


bap. 31 July. 


bur. 7 Aug. 


„ 21 Mar. 


bap. 2 Dec. 


„ 9 Dec. 


„ 13 Feb. 


„ 12 July. 


., 18 Oct. 


„ 10 Dec. J 


bur. 12 June. 


bap. 18 May. \ 


, 4 June. 




30 June. 




15 June. 




19 Mar. 




6 Aug. 




10 Nov. 




5 Nov. 




7 April. 




11 May. 




24 Mar. 




8 Aug. 




3 Feb. 




13 Mar. 




26 Oct. / 



\ P.R. 



) P.R. 



280 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



bur 


14 July. \ 


,1 


13 May. 




5 Jan. 




5 Jan. 




23 April. 


,, 


28 April. 


„ 


28 Oct. 


jj 


24 Deo. 




9 Oct. 


' 


17 Oct. 


' 


4 Feb. 


" 


1 Feb. 




17 June. 


„ 


3 May. 




16 Dec. 


J 


26 June. 


bap 


4 Oct. 


bur 


11 July. 


mar 


. 29 Sep. 


bap 


3 Aug. J 
6 Dec. ■' 


" 


bap 


20 Feb. 




7 Oct. 


bur. 30 June. 


bur. 


7 Mar. 



1680. William, son of Christopher Winter, 

1681. John, son of Charles Winter, Esq., and Frances, 
1691. M" Winifred Winter 

1696. Christopher Winter 

1698. Sir Charles Wintour, Knt., 

1699. Christopher Wintour 

. „ Christopher, son of Chris' Wintour, dec, and Hannah, 

1706. Anthony Winter, sen', 

1708. Elizabeth, wife of Anthony Winter, 

„ Anthony Winter 

1710. Daniell Wynter 

1713. Edward Wintour 

1725. Thomas Winter 

1726. Hannah Winter 
1737. Alice Winter 

1743. William, son of William and Mary Winter, 

174.5. Ann, da. of Edward and Mary Winter, 

1754. William Winter 

1759. James Winter and Anne Etherton 

1760. Anne, da. of James and Anne Winter, 

1761. Mary, da. of do. do. 



1677. Elinor, dau. of Giles Wintour, gent., 

1679. William, son of Giles Wintour, gent., and Kath., 

1679. Charles, son of do. do. 



1622. Elizabeth, dau. of William Wintour, Esq., of Colford, 
Dyrham. 

1594. April 7. Memoru'. George Wynter, son of John Wynter, 

Esq., and of M" Mary his wife, bap' at Stoke, Wilts. 
1594. Mary, da. of John Wynter, Esq., and M™ Mary, bap. 6 Aug. 

1596. John, son of John Wynter of Derham, and M" Mary his 

wife, born 11 April, bap. 18 April. 

1597. Benedict, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Mary, born 31 Oct., bap. 6 Nov. 

1599. William, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and Mary, born 27 Oct., bap. 28 Oct. 

1600. Henry, s. of John Winter, Esq., and Mary, born 24 Dec. bap. 26 Dec. 

1601. O'Bryan, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and Mary, born 6 Dec, bur. 1 May 1602. 

1604. Cecyll, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Mary, born 30 Aug., bap. 18 Sep. 

1605. Elizabeth, d. of John Wynter, Esq. .and Mary, born 11 Jan., bap. 26 Jan. 
1619. Elizabeth, d. of George Wynter, Esq., and M" Elizab., 

born 5 Nov., bap. 11 Nov. 
1622. Mem. that John, s. of George Wynter, Esq., and of M" 
Mary his wife, was baptized at Cannington, Som., 22 Dec, 
as the said M' George and M" Mary do affirm. 
1624. Katherine, d. of George Wynter, Esq., and M'» Mary, 

born 1 May, bap. 10 May. 
1626. Mem. George, s. of Sir George Wynter and Dame Mary, 

" ut afferel mater," „ 22 Jan. 

1629. Mary, d. Sir George Wynter, K', and Dame Mary, born 11 Nov., „ 19 Nov. 
1635. Edward, s. Sir George Wynter, K', and Dame Mary, 

born 6 July, „ 12 July. 
1650. M''' Mary, d. of John Winter, Esq., and M" Frances his wife, ,, 20 Mar. 
[She became eventually the heiress of Dyrham, and wife, 
in 1686, of William Blathwayt, Esq.] 
1652. George, s. of John Winter, Esq., and M" Frances, „ 16 Dec. 

1654. John, s. of John Winter, Esq., and M" Frances, „ 27 Aug. 

1663. Edward, s. of do. do. „ 21 April., 



Marriages. 

1572. Ferdinando Joyce and Elizabeth Winter 

1585. Thomas Wyks, gent., and Margaret, d. Geo. Wynter, Esq., dec, 

1686. William Blathwayt of the parish of St. Martin's, in the City of 

London, Esq., and M" Mary Wynter, d. and sole heiress of 

John Wynter of Dyrham, Esq., were married in the parish 

church of Dyrham, Dec. 23, 1686, by a licence from the 



6 Oct. 
10 Aug. 



MISCELLANEOTTS PEDIGREES. 281 

Burials. 

1581. George Wynter, Esq.. 12 Dec. 

1586. Thomasine, d. of CJeorge VVyuter, Esq., dec", 31 May. 

1594. Mistress Anne Wynter, widow, 1 April. 

1606. Susan, d. of Mr. John Wynter, Esq., and Mary, 22 July. 

1611. Grace, d. of John Wynter, Esq., 21 July. 
1619. Capteyne John Wynter, Esq., who died at Bath Aug. 23, buried 

in Derham Ch. 22 Sept. 

1638. Sir George Wynter, K'. He deceased Feb. 15, 21 Feb. 
1667. M' Edward Wynter, s. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Frances 

his wife, dying in his tender age of childhood, 1 April. 
1671. M' George Wynter, son and heir of John Wynter, Esq., and of 

M" Frances Wynter. He died Nov. 27, aged 20, 30 Nov. 

16S4. W Ann Wynter, dan. of John Wynter, Esq., and M" Frances, 1 Feb. 

1685. M' John Wynter, son and heir of same, 6 Feb. 
1688. Mem. that John Wynter, Esq., died Nov. 5, and was buried 

the 12"' of the same month. 

1691. Madame Frances Wynter, widow and relict of John Wynter, Esq., 27 Nov. 

„ Madam Mary Blathwayt, wife of William Blathwayt, Esq., 2 Dec. <' 

Inquisition post mortem of William Wynter of Newent. Inq. taken at Newent (co. Glouc.) 
on Thursday after the feast of All Saints, 3 Rich. II. (1379), after the death of William Wynter. 
The jurors say the said William held on the day on which he died, in his demesne as of fee, one 
messuage, 24 acres of land, &c., &c., in Newent, of the Alien Priory of Newent by homage and 
service of 6' a year, and relief at the full age of the heir of double one year's rent ; and they say 
the said William held no other lands in the county of Gloucester on the day on which he died, 
and that he died on the 12"' April 48 Edw. III. (1374), .and that Robert Wynter is son and 
nearest heir o£ the said William, and is aged 17 years and more ; and they say that William of 
the Hall of Newent and John Winter (brother of William) received the issues and profits of the 
said land from the death of the s.aid William. Inq. p.m. 3 Rich. II., No. 69. 

Proof of age of Robert, son and heir of William Wynter, dec'', who of the alien priory of 
Newent, in the hands of the King by reason of the war with France, held by military service ; 
taken at Newent, CO. Glouc, on Monday ne.xt after the feast of St. Martin, 7 Rich. II. (1383). 
John Smyth and others, who are aged 60 years and more, say that the aforesaid Robert was 
born at Newent and in the church of the same ville was baptized on Thursday next after the 
feast of All Saints, 35 Edw. 111. (1361), and this they recollect because the same day was com- 
menced the rebuilding {dc novo edificari:) of the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin in the south part 
of the said church, and they say that the said Robert is aged 21 years and more. 

Prob. Etat., 7 Rich. II., No. 175. 

[We are unable to identify these persons with those named in the pedigree.] 

Inq. t.aken at Pershore, co. Wore, 4 Dec. 37 Elizab. (1594), after the death of George 
Wynter. The jurors say the said George Wynter was solely seised on the day on which he died 
of the manor of Hodyngton and of the advowson of the church of the same, and that long before 
the death of the said George, certain persons named were seised of the manor of Cokesey in the 
aforesaid county, and being so seised on 27 Sept. 11 Henry viij (1519), enfeoffed Roger Wynter, 
Esq., deceased, inter alia of the said manor of Cokesey, in which grant the said Roger is described 
as one of the cousins and heirs of the Lady Joyce Cokesey, sister and heir of Sir Hugh Cokesey, 
dec'', and of all the lordships and manors of Upthorpe, Cokesey. &c., &c., to have and to hold to 
the said Roger Wynter, and the heirs of the body of Robert Wynter, father of the said Roger. 
In default of such issue rem. to John Russell of Streynsham, and the heirs of the body of Robert 
Eussell, grandfather of the said John. In default rem. to Edw. Greville, Knt., and his heirs and 
assigns for ever. In virtue of which grant the said Roger was seised of the said manors. Sec, 
and in the same inquisition is stated to have died seised of them, after whose death the said 
manors, &c., descended to Robert Wynter, Esq., dec'', son and heir of the said Roger, who thereof 
was seised in his demesne as of fee tail, and thereof died seised, after whose death the said ma: 
of Cokesey, &c., descended to George Wynter, son and heir of the said Robert. Afterwards 
said George Wynter took to wife Jane, daughter of George Ingleby, Ent., and had issue betv 
them a certain Robert Wynter, who is now living. And the jurors say that the said George Wynter 
died at Hodyngton 23''' NoV 37'" Elizab. (1594), and that the said Robert, at the time of taking 
this Inquisition, was aged 26 years and more. Inq. p.m. 37 Elizab., Part. I., No. 75. 

Inq. taken at Sodbury, co. Glouc, 9"' Aug., 24"' Elizab. (1582), after the death of George 
Wynter. The jurors say that the said George was seised in his demesne in right of his wife Anne, 
sister and one of the heirs of Robert Brayne, Esq., dec", of a moiety of the manor of Staunton, 
CO. Glouc, dependent upon the death of Goodwith Seymour, wife of John Seymour, Esq., dec'', and 
also of the moiety of the reversion of the advowson of the church of St.aunton, and of other 
lands and manors, and that the said George levied a fine, wheicby the said manors and lands 
were settled upon the said George and Anne, and the heirs males of their bodies ; and the jurors 
further say that the said George, being thus seised of the said manors. &c.. in fee tail, by his 
charter, dated 1 Oct. 21 Elizab. (1579), granted the said manors, &c.. to William Wynter, Knt., 
and others in trust, stating that in consideration of the love and affection which he, the said 
George, bears to \Villi.am Wynter and Benedict Winter his sons, &c., he grants the said lands, &c., 
to the said trastees to the use of his said sons. The will of the eaid George Wynter is set out, 





282 THE VISITATION OP GLOTJCESTERSHIRB. 

in which he names his second son William Wynter, John Winter his eldest son, and Benedict 
Wyntor his third son. And the jurors say the said George Wynter died 29"' Nov' 24"' Elizab. 
(15S1), and that John Wynter is the son and nearest heir of the said George, and was aged 26 
years on the 1st May last past. 

Inq. p.m. 24 Elizab., Part 2, No. 79. Inq. taken at Thornbury, co. Glouc. 5"' January IS"" 
James, after the death of John Winter. The jurors say that on 21"' Oct. 15"' James, the said 
John was seised in his demesne as of fee tail of the moiety of the manor of Staunton, &c., as 
described in the last abstracted Inquisition, and being so seised by his will, dated the said 21"' 
day of Oct. 1617, gave to his second son John Winter the Lodge and Park of Derham, names 
also his daughter Mary, wife of Eobert Hodges, his sons Henry. Benedict, and Cirill Winter, 
his daughter Elizabeth Winter, and his eldest son George Winter, whom he makes executor. 
And the jurors say the said John Winter died 22 Aug. 17 James (1619), and that the aforesaid 
George Winter is son and heir of the said John, and is aged 27 years and more. 

Inq. p.m. 19 James, Part I., No. 91. Will proved 18 Sept. 1619 (109, Parker). 

Inq. taken 4 and 5"' Philip and Mary, for Cornwall, after the death of Edward Winter. The 
jurors say the said Edward was seised of the manor of Trebarwith, and of a moiety of the manor 
of Kedruth with app"', and they say the said Edward died on the feast of the Purification 
of the B. V. M., 4 Edw. VI. (1549-50), and that Johanna Winter is his daughter and heir 
apparent, and of full age, viz., 22 years and more, on the day of the de.ath of the said Edward. 

Inq. p.m. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, Part I,, No. 21. 

Inq. taken at Cirencester (blank), NoV 27"' Henry VIII. (1535), after the death of Roger 
Wynter. The jurors say that before the taking of this Inquisition certain persons named were 
seised of the manor of Bachessore, co. Glouc, in demesne as of fee, and of the advowson of the 
church, to the use of the aforesaid Roger Wynter and his heirs, and being so seised at the request 
of the said Roger Wynter, by their charter dated 10"' DeC 2'"i Henry VIII. (1510). granted the 
same to the said Roger Wynter and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of John Hungerford, Knt., by 
the name of the manor of Bachessore, and also the advowson of the church of the said manor, to 
hold the said manor and lands to the said Roger and Elizabeth, and the heirs of the body of the 
said Roger, in default remainder to the right heirs of the said Roger for ever .... and 
the said Roger and Elizabeth being thereof seised, had issue a certain Robert Wynter, and 
afterwards at Hodyngton, co. Worcester, on 6"" March 26"' Henry VIII. (1534-5), the said Roger 
dyed, and the said Elizabeth survived, and is now living at Hodyngton, and is seised of the said 
manor, &c. And the jurors say that Robert Wynter is son and next heir of the said Roger, and 
at the time of the death of his father was aged 14 years and more. 

Inq. p.m 27 Henry VIII., No. 115. 

Inq. taken at Gloucester 3'''^ May 3"' Edw. VI. (1549), after the death of Eobert Wynter. 
The jurors say that the said Eobert was seised of the manor of Bachessore, in co. Glouc, in fee 
simple, &c., &c., and so being seised made his will, describing himself as Robert Wynter of 
Hodyngton, co. Wore, and gave certain manors and lands therein described, being one third 
part of his whole estate, to Geoi-ge Wynter his son and heir apparent, and of the residue he gave 
to Katherine his wife as joincture the manor of Hodyngton, &c. &c., for life, and in case the 
said Katherine should die before his son George Wynter should come of age, or in case of the 
deaths of any others of the testator's sous, then the overseers of the will should receive the 
profits of the manors of Bachesore, &c, to the use of testator's young son Edward Wynter. 
Appoints Katherine his wife executrix, she to bring up his younger sons, Edv^ard Wynter and 
Valentine Wynter, for 20 years after his death, and Elizabeth Wynter his daughter until she be 
married. Residue to be employed in the preferment of his daughter Elizabeth. Appoints 
his brother-in-law Robert Throgmorton and cousin John Hungerford overseers. The jurors say 
all the children are under ago, and living with the said Katherine at Hodyngton, and they say 
that the aforesaid George Wynter is son and heir of the said Eobert, and at the time of his 
father's death was aged 5 years. 

Inq. p.m. 3 Edw. VI., No. 69. 

Inq. taken at " Stowe the Old," co. Glouc, 28 Dee' 2 James I., after the death of John 
Wynter. The jurors say that a certain John Wynter, father of the said John, in the writ named 
in his life, viz., on 4"' Oct. 21" Elizabeth, was seised in his demesne as of fee of three messuages 
in Weiforde, and that on the day named he granted the said messuages to certain John Greene 
and John Holtam and their heirs to the use of the said John Wynter for life, rem. to Margaret 
his wife for life, rem. to the heirs male between them begotten, in default rem. to the use of 
Bridget, one of the daughters of the said John, and the heirs of her body, in default to the use 
of Alice, another of the daughters of the said John, and the heirs of her body, in default rem. to 
the use of a certain Roger Wynter, and the heirs male of his body, in default to the use of the 
right heirs of the said John Wynter for ever. In virtue of which the said John and Margaret 
were seised for the term of their lives, and had issue the said John Wynter jun', and so died, 
after whose deaths the said John Wynter, their only son was seised in fee tail, and being so 
seised, died seised without heirs of his body, after whose death Bridget, into the said premises 
entered in virtue of the above remainder and received the profits from the death of the said 
John until the taking of this Inquisition. And the jurors say the said Bridget is the wife of a 
certain Thomas Mason, gent., and is now the nearest heir of the aforesaid John Wynter jun', 
and that at the time of the death of the said John was aged 34 years and more, and they say the 
said John Wynter died 30 May 1" James. 
Inq. p.m. 1 and 2 James, V.O., No. 35. 



INDEX 



Pedigrees are printed iu small capitals : Arms in italU 



Abbcrbiiry, 162. 

Abberbiirv, Agnes, 162 ; Sir 
Richard. 162. 

AbenJiall, 13. 

Abereavenny, Edward, Lord, 
175. 

Aberle. See Abrahall. 

Aberton. See Elberton. 

Ahinffton. 194. 

Abington, 194 ; Abbess of, 
259 ; Alice, 195 ; Amice, 194 ; 
Anne, 195, 196 ; Anselin, 194 ; 
Anselm, 195 ; Anthony, 96, 
195, 196 ; Arthur, 145 ; Bar- 
bara, 195, 196 ; Catherine. 
195, 196 ; Dorothy, 195 ; Ed- 
mund, 194-196; Eleanor, 195; 
Elizabeth, 145, 195, 196 ; 
Frances, 196 ; John, 194-196 ; 
Joyce, 195 ; Judith, 195 ; 
Margaret. 194, 195 ; Mary, 
96, 195, 196; Maude, 194 ; 
Mirriell, 196 ; Nicholas, 195 ; 
Parnell, 195; Sir Philip, 194; 
Philip, 194 ; Richard, 194, 
195 ; William, 194-196. 

Abeahall, 201 ; Alice, 23 ; 
Anne, 201, 202 ; Blanch, 201, 
202 ; Bridget, 181 ; Edward, 
202; Eleanor, 202; Elizabeth, 
94, 201, 202 ; Frances, 201 ; 
George, 202 ; Isabel, 13, 202 ; 
Jane, 181 ; Sir John, 180 ; 
John, 94, 181,201,202; Mar- 
garet, 13, 14, 201, 202 ; Peryn, 
201 ; Ralph, 13 ; Eeignald, 
l.S ; Richard, 201 ; Robert, 
201 ; Thomas, 23, 202 ; Wil- 
liam, 201, 202. 

Abridges, Ele.anor, 257 ; John, 
170 ; Margery, 170 ; Thomas, 
257. 



cfim. 



130. 



Acton, 1 ; Alice, 1 ; Anne, 1 ; 
Avice, 1 ; Elizabeth, 1 ; Fran- 
cis, 1 ; Helen, 131 ; Henry, 
1 ; Humfrey, 1 ; Isabel, 131 ; 
Joane, 131 ; Sir John, 2, 128, 
131 ; John, 12. 131; Margery, 
261; Maude, 128, 131 ; Milli- 
cent, 131 ; Odo, 2 ; Richard, 



261 ; Robert, 1, 2; Roger, 1 ; 

Thomas, 1 ; Valentine, 2 ; 

William, 1 ; — , 138. 
Adam ap Howell Grant, Gwen- 

lian, 104. 
Adams. Alice, 2 ; Edmond, 2 ; 

-, 34. 
Addis, John, 197 ; Millioent, 

185 ; William, 185. 
Ade.ane. Mary, 212. 
Adesworth. Margaret, 222. 
Alan, or AUayne, Joane, 149 ; 

Richard, 149. 
Albanet, 2 ; Christian, 2 ; 

Cicely, 2 ; Ebane, 2 ; Elias, 

2 ; EUeu, 2 ; Brgstian or 
Ergistan, 2 ; Fessant, 2 ; God- 
frey, 2 ; John, 2 ; Maud, 2. 

Alheney, 126. 

Aldworth, Mary, 1 79 ; Thomas, 

179. 
Alegiui, — . 95. 
Alesworth, Mar.garet, 222. 
Alford, Anne, 234 ; Sir Edward, 

80 ; Edward, 80 ; Mary, 80 ; 

Robert, 234. 
Alley, Mary, 86. 
Allington, Elizabeth, 167 ; Sir 

Giles, 167. 
Allison, Judith. 11 ; Richard, 11. 
Alway, Alice, 84 ; Roger, 84. 
Ahje, 2. 
Alye. 2 ; Anne, 3 ; Edward, 

3 ; ' Elizabeth, 3 ; John, 3 ; 
Joseph, 3; Margery, 3; Mary, 
3 ; Theophilus, 3 ; Thomas, 
3 ; William, 3. 

Alysander, Richard, 2. 

Amereys, Eleanor, 14 ; Richard, 
14, 

Anderson, Eleanor, 158 ; Ro- 
bert, 158. 

Andrews, Dorothy, 238, 240 ; 
Eleanor, 26 ; Sir Thomas, 
238 ; Thomas, 238, 240 ; Wil- 
liam, 26, 

Anford, 112. 

Anguisia, David, Earl of, 276, 

Annesley, Isabella, 236 ; Sir 
John, 236. 

AntiU, Edith, 250, 

Antingham, Eleanor, 8; Jermy, 



Aparke, 169. 

Aparke, Almery, 169, 170 ; 

Beatrice, 170 ; Hugh, 170 ; 

William, 169. 
Aplyon, Joueda, 98. 
Appaey, 3 ; Anne, 3 ; Eleanor, 

3 ; Henry, 3 ; Joane, 3 ; 
John, 3 ; William, 3. 

Apperley, — , 162, 

Appleby, Elizabeth, 272, 277; 
Sir Henry, 272, 277. 

Appowell, Margery, 227 ; Ro- 
bert, 227. 

Ap Rice, Joane, 138 ; Thomas, 
138. 

Apsley, Margaret, 62, 

ApurUy, 162. 

Aram, Joanna, 139. 

Arcliodeacon, 182. 

Arden, Agnes, 45 ; Giles, 214 ; 
Sir John, 45 ; Margaret, 214 ; 
Sir Thomas, 45. 

Ardent, Ann, 203 ; John, 203. 

Argenthe, Helen, 130. 

Arkwell, Margaret, 120. 

Aries, John, 70. 

Arnold, 4, 126. 

Aenold, 4 ; Agnes, 4 ; Alice 

4, 41, 127 ; Anne, 4, 5 ; An- 
thony, 5, 197 ; Catherine, 4 ; 
Dorothy, 4 ; Eleanor. 4 
Elizabeth, 4, 26 ; Is.ibel, 4, 
204 ; Jane, 4 ; Joan, 5, 191 
John, 4, 5, 41, 51,127; Lettice, 

4 ; Margaret, 4, 51 ; M.ary, 
4 ; Michael, 100 ; Sir Nicho- 
las, 4, 5], 127 ; Nicholas, 
4,5,100,101; Richard, 4, 204 
Robert, 5 ; Roger, 4 ; Row 
Land, 4 ; Thomas, 4, 5^ 26 
William. 4. 

Arthur, 5, 80, 97, 126, 
Aethue, or Arther, 5 ; Alice, 
98 ; Amabella, 232 ; Edward, 

5, 80 ; Joane, 2 ; John, 2, 
127, 241 ; Julian, 80 ; Mar- 
garet. 2, 127, 241 ; Mary, 5, 
80 ; Thomas. 5, 80 ; William, 
80, 98 ; — , 274, 278. 

Arthur, Prince, 72, 115, 138. 
Arundel, Earl of, 271, 275. 276. 
Arundell, Anne, 268 ; Sir Ed- 
mund, 2fiS ; Elizabeth, 2i:8 ; 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Jane, 268 ; Joane, 267 ; Mary, 
6; Remfrey, 267,268. 

Ascough, Hanna, 56. See 
Ayscough. 

Ashborne, ADn,272,277 ; Rich- 
ard, 272, 277. 

Ashe, Jane, 206 ; John, 206, 
225, 252 ; Margeiy, 225, 252. 

Ashehurst. Aune, 189 ; John, 
189. 

Ashfield, Anne, 148 ; Barbara, 
195,196; Elizabeth, 106, 171; 
Humfrey, 5, 148, 171 ; Jane, 
257; John. 106, 148 ; Joyce, 
5 ; Michael, 106 ; Thomas, 
195, 196 ; William, 257. 

Ashley, Ann, 225 ; John, 225 ; 
Margerv, 225 ; Mary, 225 ; 
Thomas", 225. 

Aske, Mary, 278. 

Askew, Mary, 273. 

Astley, Jane, 176 ; Sii- Thomas, 
176. 

Aston, Sir Walter, 195. 

Atherton, Margaret, 54 ; Sir 
William, 54. 

Atkins, Alice, 109 ; Anne, 168 ; 
Davy, 109 ; Sir Robert. 168. 

Atkinson, 5; Anne, 5; Eleanor, 
5 ; Elizabeth, 5 ; Hem-y, 5 ; 
Sir John, 5 ; John, 5 ; Joyce, 
5 ; Mary, 5 ; Richard, 5 ; 
Robert, 5 ; Ursula, 5. 

Attly, John, 2 ; Richard, 2 ; 
Roger, 3 ; William, 2. 

Alton, Edward, 116; Mary, 116; 
Thomas, 116. 

Attn-ovd, 6, 156. 

Attwood, 6 : Alice, 6. 178 ; 
Andrew, 6 ; Anne, 6, 166 ; 
Anthony, 6 ; Arthur, 6 ; Cath- 
erine, 99 : Eleanor. 6 ; Eliza- 
beth, 6 ; George, 6 ; John, 6 ; 
Margaret, 6 ; Mary, 6 ; Nicho- 
las, 156 ; Richard, 6, 178 ; 
Robert, 6 ; Rowland, 6 ; Su- 
san. 6 ; Thomas, 6 ; William, 
6,99. 

Audley, Alice, 271, 276 ; Anne, 
Lady, 140 ; James, Lord, 271, 
276; Jane, 117; Johanna, 
262 ; John, 117 ; Nicholas, 
Lord, 271, 276; Nicholas, 262; 
Thomas, 16 ; — , Lord, 140. 

Awton, Augustin, 106 ; Eliza- 
beth, 106. 

Ayala, Gracian de Boyall, 22. 

Ayland, May, 192. 

AylefE, Agnes, 234 ; Thomas, 
234. 

Aylcnay, 229. 

Ayleway, 229 ; Alice. 229, 230 
Anne, 229, 230 ; Christopher 
16, 229-231 ; Clemence, 230 
Eleanor, 229,230; Elizabeth 
230, 231 ; Frances, 230 : Gef 
frey, 230 ; Jane, 229-231 
Joane, 229, 230; John, 28, 
195-197, 229-231 ; Joyce, 229! 
230 ; Judith, 195, 230 ; Julian, 
230 ; Margaret, 229, 



Mary, 230; Sir Reginald, 229 ; 
Reginald, 230, 231 ; Richard. 
197, 229-231; Robert, 230 j 
Roger, 229. 230; Rose. 229; 
Sabell, 229 ; Thomas, 229, 
230; Walter, 230; William, 
229-231; — , 112. 

Aylen-ortlt, 7. 

Aylewoeth, 7; Abraham, 8 
Anne. 7, 8 ; Anthony, 7, 8, 
266 ; Barbara, 8 ; Bray, 8, 166 
Dorothy, 7 ; Edmund, 7 
Edward, 7, 8 ; Eleanor. 7 
Elizabeth, 7. 8; Ellen! 7 
Francis, 7 ; Frisroid,7 ; Giles, 
8: nawis,7; Henry. 7: Isabel 
8 ; John. 7, 8 ; Joshua. 8 
Lucy, 8, 1G6; Margaret, 177 
Mary. 7, 8. 266 ; Paul, 7 
Peter, 7 ; Richard. 7, 8 : Susan 
8 ; Thomas, 7. 8 ; Tracy, 8 
Walter, 7, 177; William, 7 

Ayscough, Elizabeth, 170 ; Wal- 
ter, 170. See Ascough. 



Back, George, 16. 

Backhouse, Anue, 39: Samuel, 
39. 

Badcock, Robert, 72. 

Badger. See Bagehott. 

Badmington, Catherine, 100 ; 
Joane, 100; Thomas. 100. 

Badock, Robert, 72. 

Sagclwtt alias Badger, 223. 

Bagehott alias Badgee, 223 
Alice, 174, 223; Amy, 223; 
Anne, 49, 223-225; Charles 
223 ; Edmund, 223 ; Edward 
223-225 ; Eleanor, 223 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 223-225 ; Frances, 
223, 224 ; George. 174, 223 
Giles, 59 ; Grace, 224. 225 
Guy, 223; Hester, 153, 224 
225 ; Joane, 224 ; John, 224 
Katherine, 223 ; Kiuard. 224 
225; Margaret, 59. 223-225 
Mary, 223-225 ; Richard, 223 
Sarah, 224 ; Thomas. 223-225 
William, 49, 153, 223-225. 

Bagnall, Edward, 259 ; Frances, 
259. 

Baguley. 46. 

Baguley, Sir William, 46. 

Baker, Dr., 84; Elizabeth, 84, 
107 ; James, 90 ; Mary. 90 ; 
— , 181. 

Balden, Henry, 70 ; Mary, 70. 

Baldington, 165. 

Baldington, Agnes, 65, ] 65 ; 
Alice, 165 ; Sir Thom.as, 65 ; 
Thomas, 165 ; William, 165. 

Baldwin, Elizabeth, 133 ; Rich- 
ard, 198. 

Baldwins. John, 218. 

Ball, Alice, 178; Anne, 45; 
Peter, 45 ; Thomas, 178 ; Wil- 
liam, 45; — , 81. 



Balladon, Beatrice, 180; Drugo, 
180; Emma, 180; Hamlett, 
180; Lucy, 180; Wynebald, 
180 : Wyonett, 180. 

Bamfeld. Julian, 261; Matthew, 
261 ; — , 62. 

Banks, Judith, 195. 

Bannesler, Mary, 22, 102. 

Barber. Anne. 87 ; Henry, 87. 

Bardoipli, 130. 

Bardolph, Beatrice, 131 ; Cecilia, 
131; Hugh. Lord, 131; Hugh, 
128, 131: Isolda, 131; Julian, 
128.131; Maude, 131; Robert, 
Lord, 131. 

Barker. Bridget, 124; Edward, 
25, 165 ; Mary,250: Sir Rich- 
ard, 250 ; Susan, 165. 

Barkley. See Berkeley. 

Barnaby, Margaret, 244. 

Barnard, 202. 

Baenaed, 202 ; Anne, 24, 185, 
203 ; Anthony, 203 ; Edward, 
203, 234 ; Eleanor, 203, 234 ; 
Elizabeth, 202, 203 ; Frances, 
208 : Francis, 202 ; Isabel, 
203 : Jane, 206 ; Jerome, 203 ; 
Joane, 206; Sir John, 202; 
John, 202, 203 ; Margaret, 

202 ; Mary, 203 ; Nicholas, 

203 ; Robert. 24. 202 ; Tho- 
mas, 202, 203 ; William, 203, 
206 ; Winifred. 203. 

Barnefeld, Elizabeth, 123. 

Barnes, Anne, 247 ; Christian, 
176. 

Barnesdale, Alice, 258 ; John 
A., 258. 

Baron, John, 230 ; Julian, 230. 

Barre, or Barrey, 49. 

Barre, Joane, 232 ; Sir John, 
232. 

Barrett, Catherine, 92 ; Sir Ed- 
ward, Lord Mewburgh, 92. 

Barrow, Alexander. 20 ; Anne, 
15, 20; Berea, 20; Charles, 
20 ; Dorothy, 20 ; Edmund, 
41 ; Eleanor, 19, 145 ; Eliza- 
beth, 20; Frances. 41; George, 
20 ; James, 20, 41 ; John, 20 ; 
Lettice, 20 ; Lady Margaret, 
20; Margaret, 20; Martha, 
20 ; Mary. 20, 223 ; Richard, 
15, 19, 223 ; Samuel, 20 ; Tho- 
mas, 20 ; William, 20. 

Barry, Amicia, 1.32; Joane, 49; 
John, 132 ; Sir Thomas, 49. 

Barte, or Bartie, Elizabeth, 6. 

Bartlett, 203. 

Bartlett, 203 ; Agnes, 204 ; 
Alice, 204 ; Amy, 204 ; Anne, 

204 ; Dorothy, 204 ; Edmund, 
204 ; Eleanor,204 : Elizabeth, 
204 ; Sir Henrv. 204 ; Henry, 
204 ; Isabel, 204 ; Jane, 204 ; 
Joane, 204 ; John, 204 ; Ka- 
therine, 204 ; Mary, 204 ; Dr. 
Richard, 204 ; Richard, 204 ; 
Sir Thomas, 204 ; Thomas, 
203, 204 ; Thomasine, 204. 

Barton, William, 198. 



INDEX. 



285 



Barn-eU, 155. 

Barwell, Eleanor, 155 ; Isabel, 
155 ; Richard, 155. 

Baskerville, Constance. 95 ; Isa- 
bella, 131, 267 ; Sir James, 
267 ; Nicholas, 95 ; Walter, 



131 



181. 



Bassett, 182, 204, 271, 27i. 
Bassett, 204 ; Agnes, 2 ; Alice, 
213 ; Anne, 90, 205, 206,213 ; 
Sir Anselm, 204, 206 ; A., 
206 ; Barnaby, 206, 207 ; 
Cicely, 206 ; Dionisia, 206 ; 
Dorothy, 142, 205 ; Sir Ed- 
mund, 205, 206 ; Edmund. 
205; Edward, 2, 134, 205- 
207 ; Elizabeth, 134,206,207 ; 
Giles, 154. 205-207, 213 ; 
Hester, 207 ; Isabel, 205-207 ; 
Jane, 154. 205-207 ; Joane, 
206; Sir John, 206, 271,276; 
John, 205, 206 ; Joyce, 205 ; 
Katherine, 205, 271, 276 ; 
Margaret, 204-207, 271, 276 ; 
Mary, 206 ; Maude, 205, 206, 
232; Maurice, 206 ; Phila- 
delphia, 206 ; Philip, 207 ; 
Ealph,Lord,271,276 ; Kichard, 
205; Robert. 205-207; Sir 
Simon, 205, 206, 232 ; Simon, 
207 ; Susan, 206 ; William. 
205-207. 
Bastard, Isabel, 203; Walter, 

203. 
Baston, 106. 
Baston, Christian, 106, 112; 

Stephen, 112. 
Bath, Eleanor, 83 ; Geffrey, 83. 
Bath, John Bourohier. Earl of, 

90. 
Bathurst, 9. 

Bathurst, 9 ; Annabella. 10 ; 
Anne, 10 ; Charles, 10 ; Ed- 
mund. 10 ; Sir Edward, 10 ; 
Edward, 9, 10 ; Elizabeth, 10 ; 
Sir Francis, 10 ; Francis, 10 ; 
Hannah, 10; Henrietta, 168; 
John, 10; Lawrence, 9, 10; 
Margaret, 10 ; Lady Mary, 
10; Mary, 10; Miriam, 10; 
Paul, 10 ; Robert, 9, 10 ; Ste- 
phen, 10; Susanna, 10; Wal- 
ter, 10. 
Bu9iJ)h, 11. 

Baugh, 11 ; Alice. 11 ; Anne, 
11 ; Constance, 11 ; Dorothy. 
11 ; Edward, 11, 12, 157 ; 
Eleanor, 11 ; Joane, 36 ; John, 
11, 36, 84; Judith, 11, 12; 
Lucy, 12; Margaret, U, 84, 
157; Mary, 11 ; Richard, 11, 
12; Robert, 11 ; Rowland, 11 ; 
Stephen, 11 ; Thomas, 11, 12, 
197; William, 11 ; — , 106. 
Baynard, Alice, 170. 
Baynham, 12, 13. 
Baynham,12; Adam,lfi; Agnes, 
14 : Sir Alexander, 14, 4l'. 187, 
209 ; Alexander, 15, 16 ; Alice, 
14, 16, 50; Anne, 14-16, 41; 
Barbara, 15 ; IJlanch, 16 : 



Bridget, 15, 127 : Catherine, 
181, 188; Charles, 231 ; Chris- 
tian, 16; Sir Christopher, 12, 
14; Christopher, 15, 16,127, 
216, 254; Cicely, 14-16, 241; 
Daniel, 15, 16 ; Dorcas, 16, 
43 ; Dorothy, 14, 15 ; Eleanor, 
14: Elizabelh.l4-16,13S,165; 
Ellen, 14 ; Frances, 16 ; 
Francis, 15 ; Sir George, 14, 
127 ; George, 15. 16 ; Henry, 
16; Isabel, 14, 236 ; Jane, 14, 
187, 254 ; Joane, 14-16, 241 ; 
.Tohn, 14-16, 165, 181, 188 ; 
Joseph, 15, 16, 43 ; Judith, 16 ; 
Lucy, 15. 16: Magdalen, 16; 
Margaret, 14-16, 18, 201; 
Mary, 14-16, 216, 273, 278; 
Maud. 189 ; Nathaniel, 16 : 
Nicholas, 16 ; Philinpa, 14 ; 
Richard, 15, 16 ; Robert, 14- 
16. 18, 138, 201 ; Samuel, 15, 
16 ; Sarah, 16 ; Silvester, 15 ; 
Susanna, 14, 241 ; Thomas, 
14-16. 28, 41, 163, 187, 189. 
236, 241. 273, 278; Ursula, 
16 ; William, 5, 14-16, 

Bayonne, Viscount, 275. 

Bayonne, Ralph, A^scount, 275. 

Bayse, William, 16, 197. 

Beale, Catherine, 152 ; Mary, 
71 ; Robert, 152 ; Tbomas, 71, 
198. 

Beard, Mary, 36 ; Richard, 36 ; 
—,42. 

Beauboys. See Bello Bosco. 

Beauohamp, Eleanor, 22 ; Wil- 
liam, Lord, 22. 

Beaumont, Agnes, 240 ; George, 
257, 258 ; Jane, 257, 258 ; 
Randolph, 240, 

Beaupre, Sir John, 205 ; Mar- 
garet, 205. 

Beause, Matilda, 262 ; William, 
262. 

Beck, Joane, 15 ; Thomas, 15. 

Beckett, Maud, 171 ; William, 
171. 

Bedell, Ellen, 46 ; — , 156. 

Bedford, Elizabeth, 217; John, 
Duke of, 272, 277. 

Bedowe, Jane, 178 ; William, 
178. 

Beech, Robert, 281. 

Began, Andrew, 98 ; Nest, 98. 

Bekensaw, Joane, 62. 

Belcher, Anne, 121 ; Robert, 
121. 

BHl, 17. 

Bell, 17 ; Agnes, 17 ; Anne, 
17, 18; Catherine, 18, 195; 
Edward, 17 ; Elizabeth, 18 ; 
Fr.aiicis, 18 ; Giles, 17; Henry, 
18 ; Hester, 17. 18, 139: Isa- 
bel, 17 ; Jane, 17 ; Joane, 17, 
51 ; John, 17, 18 ; Margaret, 
17; Mary,*17, 18; Nathaniel, 
18; Piisthumus. 18; Reljecca, 
IS; Sarah, 18; Susan, 17 ; 
Swanne. 18; SirThomas, 17 ; 
Thomas, 17, 18, 51 ; William, 



17, 18 ; William Dodwell, 18 ; 

Belldin, Thomas, 102. 

Bellett, Anthony, 72; Margaret, 

72. 
BelloBosco almsfieauhojsalinx 
Fairewood, Alice, 56; John, 56. 
Bennett. Anne. 60, 119 ; Edith, 
146; Edmond. 119; Edward, 
67 ; Eleanor, 269 ; Gilbert, 
61 ; Giles, 57 ; Joane, 57 ; 
Judith, 61 ; Leonard, 67, 146 ; 
Margery, (51 ; Thomas, 197 ; 
Ursula;67; William, 60. 199. 
Benolt, — , Clarenceux, 233, 
Bentley, Barbara, 227 ; Dr,, 227. 
B'liriiv, 18, 19. 

Beeewe, 18 ; Agnes, 19 ; Cathe- 
rine, 19 : Dorothy, 19,67,68; 
Edmund, 19 ; Edward, 19 ; 
Eleanor, 19; Elizabeth, 13. 
19; Frances, 19; James, 19, 
67, 68 ; Joane, 19 ; John, 19 ; 
Margaret, 19 ; Martha, 19 ; 
Mary, 19 : Richard, 19 ; Su- 
san, 19 ; Thomas, 19 ; Waller, 
19; William, 19, &e Harrow, 
Berrow. 
BcrhrJcy, 233. 

Berkeley, S ; Agnes, 72 ; 
Alice, 129, 236 ; Lady Anne, 
51 ; Anne, 4, 9, 12, 134, 2(18, 
269 ; Bevis, 268, 269 ; Cathe- 
rine, 9, 55, 173 ; Cicely, 232 ; 
Dorothy, 9 ; Sir Edward, 129 ; 
Edward, 268 ; Eleanor, 8 ; 
Elizabeth, 8, 9, 55, 164, 191, 
235, 236 ; Ellen, 9, 130, 163; 
Frances, 129, 135 ; Francis, 
55; George, Lord, 164, 191, 
206; Sir Giles, 236 ; Giles. 9 ; 
Henry, Lord, 4, 206 ; Hein-y, 
9; Isabel,8, 51,55, 127, 170; 
James, Lord, 30, 170 ; Sir 
James, 122 ; James, 173 ; 
Jane. 9, 134, 236 ; Joane, 129 ; 
Sir John, 8, 129, 135; John. 
9, 51, 65. 191 ; Lettice, 191 ; 
Margaret, 9, 30, 170, 191, 206; 
Mary, 8, 9, 89, 196 ; Matilda, 
172 ; Maurice, Lord, 2, 4, 12, 
51, 55, 206; Sir Maurice, 8, 
9 ; Maurice. 134.191 ; Muriell, 
9, 196 ; Sir Nicholas, 232 ; 
Sir Richard, 89, 163 ; Rich- 
ard, 8, 9, 196 ; Robert, Lord, 
130; Sir Robert, 8, 191 ; Ro- 
bert, 9, 169 ; Sir Roger, 131); 
Roger. 130 ; Simeon, 191 ; 
Susanna, 173; Thomas, Lord, 
2, 4, 53, 129, 134, 169, 173, 
191, 2(16; Sir Thomas, 235, 
236; Thomas, 9, 55, 169; Wil- 
liam. Marquis, 51, 170 ; Wil- 
liam, 9, 30. 55 ; — , Lord. 233. 
Berkin,Ann, 108, 110; Richard, 

108, 110 ; Thomas. 108. 
Bernard, Joane, 3 ; Mary, 57 ; 

Richard, 3. 
Berrington. John, 261 ; Joyce, 
261 ; Thomas, 49. 



286 



THE VISITATION OF 6L0UCESTERSHIBE. 



Berrow, Edmond, 19, 20 ; Eliza- 
beth, 19, 30; James, 19; 
Johanna, 242 ; John, 20 ; 
Margaret, 20 ; Mary, 20 ; 
Richard. 19, 2i2 ; Eoger, 19 ; 
Susanna, 19 ; Thomas, 20 ; 
William, 19. See Berewe. 

Berry, Alison, 51 ; Gilbert, 51 ; 
Maud, 205. 

Besford, 85. 

Besford alias Peresford, Agnes, 
162 ; Alexander, 85 ; Mar- 
garet, 86. 

Besill, William, Ul. 

Best, Anne. 176 ; William, 176. 

Betson, Elizabeth, 182. 

Beynton, Elizabeth, 55 ; Henrv, 
55. 

Bick, Thomas, 198. 

Bilford, Joyce, 224 ; Thomas, 
224. 

Billett. See Bellett. 

Billingsley, Sir Henry, 165 ; 
Henry, 139; Sarah, 139 ; 
Susan. 165. 

Bird, 20 ; Anne, 20, 53 ; An- 
thony, 20 ; Cicely, 54 ; Giles, 
20; Isabel. 105 ; Jane, 35; 
John, 34, 35. 54 ; Mary, 20 ; 
Peter, 20 ; Richard, 20, 105 ; 
Susan, 20 ; William, 20. 24, 53. 

Birk, Eleanor, 3 ; Thomas. 3. 

Bisgood, Alice, 67, 68 ; Richard, 
67, 68. 

Bishop, Alice, 230. 

Bisley, Margery, 181 ; Mogen, 
181. 

Bitton. See Button. 

Blackett, or Blaklech, Mary, 
52 ; William, 52. 

Bl.agrave, Anne, 88 ; John, 88. 

Blake, Elizabeth, 100; John, 100. 

Blalmnkall, 74. 

Blanch, Elizabeth, 152. 

Blanchard, John. 138 ; Joyce, 
138. 178 ; William, 178. 

Bl.athwayt, Mary, 280, 281 ; 
William, 280, 281. 

Bleddin, Thomas, 102. 

Bledere, Llewellin ap, 98. 

Blenerhassett, Anne. 15 ; Sir 
Ralph, 15 ; Ralph, 15. 

Bletwiu, Elizabeth, 109; John, 
109 ; William, 109. 

Blomer, 21. 

Blomee, 21 ; Alice, 48 ; Anne, 
21 ; Bridget, 21 ; Edward, 21 ; 
Eleanor, 21 ; Elizabeth, 21 ; 
Emma, 21 ; Frances, 21, 22 ; 
Giles, 21, 22 ; Sir Henry, 21 ; 
Henry, 21, 22 ; Joane, 21 ; 
John, 21, 22, 48 ; Margaret, 
21 ; Martha, 21 ; Mary, 21, 
22 ; Richard, 21 ; William, 
21, 22. 

Blount, 22, 23. 

Blount, or Blunt, 22, 231 ; 
Agues, 24, 32 ; Amabclla, 
232 ; Anne. 23-25 ; Anthony, 
24, 25 ; Bridget, 23. 39 ; Con- 
stance, 22 ; David, 232 ; Ed- 



mund, 24, 98, 232, 233, 244 ; 
Edward, 23, 24, 88 ; Eleanor, 
22,24; Elizabeth, 22-25. 233, 
238, 240 ; Emma, 23 ; Fran- 
ces, 24, 25 ; Gracian de Boyall, 

22 ; Henry, 25 ; Hugh. 232 ; 
Isabella, 24, 233 ; James, 22, 

23 ; Jane, 24 ; Joane. 23, 24, 
98. 233 ; Sir John. 22 ; John, 
22-25, 39, 232-234 ; Judith, 

24 ; Julian, 24 ; Eatherine, 

24, 83, 244; Margaret, 23- 

25, 88, 232, 233, 277 ; Mary, 

24, 25 ; Maurice, 24, 88 ; 
Nicholas. 23 ; Parnell, 23 ; 
Peter, 22 ; Petronilla, 232 ; 
Rachel, 25 ; Richard. 23, 2.S2 ; 
Robert, 24 ; Roger, 22, 23 ; 
Rowland, 24 ; Samuel, 23 ; 
Sarah, 24, 25 ; Simon, 24,233 ; 
Susanna, 24 ; Sir Thomas, 
22 ; Thomas, 23-25, 233, 234, 
238, 240 ; Ursula, 24 ; Sir 
Walter, 22 ; Walter, 22, 23 ; 
Sir William, 22 ; William, 23- 

25, 83, 233 ; Willima, 233. 
Bloxara, Samuel, 109. 
Bludder, Elizabeth, 81 ; Sir 

Thomas, 81; Thomas, 81. 

Blundeville. Randolph, Earl of 
Chester. 276. 

Blunt, Sir Christopher, 25. See 
Blount. 

Boddy, Avis, 263 ; John, 263. 

Bodenham, Jane, 268, 269 ; Mar- 
garet, 261 ; Roger, 268, 269 ; 
Thomas, 268 ; — , 235. 

Bodoge. Jane, 268 ; John, 268. 

Bold, Eleanor, 5 ; Sir Thomas, 5. 

Bolney, Agnes, 246 ; Thomas, 
246. 

Bond, 112. 

Bond, Christopher, 229 ; Dio- 
nisia. 181 ; Eleanor, 229 ; Sir 
George, 181. 188; Richard, 
198. 229 ; Sabell, 229 ; Wil- 
liam, 112 ; Winifred, 188. 

Boiiham, Mary, 15 ; — , 125. 

Booth, Joanna, 261 ; Thomas, 
261. 

Booth alins Jackson, Catherine, 
95 ; Christian, 95. 

Bostock, David, 46 ; Isabel, 46. 

Boteler. S-e Butler. 

Botetourt, John de, 2. 

Botreaux, Margaret, 89; Wil- 
liam, Lord, 89. 

Bouey, Alice, 246 ; John, 246. 

Boughan, Robert, 210. 

Boulogne, Earl of, 255. 

Boulstrode, George, 255 ; Jane. 

89 ; Mary, 255 ; Thomas, 89. 
Boulton, Catherine, 19; Chris- 
tian, 221 ; William, 221. 

Bourchier, Elizabeth, 90; Isabel, 

90 ; John, Earl of Bath, 90. 
Bourne, Elizabeth, 273 ; Sir 

John, 273. 

Bournford, Margaret, 25 ; Wil- 
liam, 25. 

Bovey, Alice, 177; William, 177. 



Bower, Alice, 27 ; Anthony, 198 ; 
Bridget. 27 ; Charles, 27 ; Ed- 
ward, 27, 198 ; Elizabeth, 27 ; 
John, 27; Margaret, 17; Nicho- 
las, 17 ; Thomas, 27, 198. 

Bowles, Jane, 110 ; Lewis, 110. 

Bowser, 25. 

BowSEE. 25 ; Alice, 26 ; Bridget, 
161 ; Catherine, 26; Dyrrick, 
26 ; Edmond, 25 ; Edward, 
26 ; Eleanor, 26 ; Elizabeth, 
25, 26, 150 ; Frances, 25 ; 
Francis, 26 ; George, 26 ; 
Joane, 95 ; John, 25, 26, 150; 
Margaret, 25 ; Matthew, 26 ; 
Rebecca, 26; Richard, 161; 
Robert, 20 ; Thomas, 25, 26. 

Box. Joane, 192. 

Boxer, Alice, 160 ; Richard, 160. 

Boyhan, Anne. 229. 

Boyle, Isabel, 187 ; Richard, 187. 

Bozthans, Alice, 229. 

Brabant, Elizabeth, 108 : John, 
108. 

Bradgate, Anne, 71 ; Giles. 71. 

Bradiett, Dorothy, 195. 

Bradley, Francis, 76 ; Margery, 
76. 

Bradsliaw, 73, 74. 

Bradshaw. Anne, 245 ; Chris- 
tian, 74 ; Elizabeth, 71 ; Fran- 
cis, 71 ; Henry, L. Ch. Baron 
of the Exch., 74; John, 245. 

Bradstone, Anthony. 173 ; Mar- 
garet, 41. 173 ; Robert, 41. 

Bradway, 207. 

Beadway, 207 ; Alexander, 
207; Alice, 157, 207; Amy, 
207 ; Ann, 207 ; Christian, 
207 ; Edith, 207 ; Edmund, 
157, 207; Giles, 207; Jane, 
207 ; Margery, 207 ; Thomas, 

207, See Brodway. 
Bralesford, Margaret, 54; Ralph, 

54. 

Bramfleet, Isabel, 75 ; John, 75. 

Branchard. See Blanchard. 

Brandon, 169. 

Brandon, Catherine, 170 
Charles, 170. 

Bray, Anne, 7 ; Barbara, 243 
Dorothy, 167, 237 ; Edmund 
Lord, 237; Edmund. 7. 167 
Edward, Lord, 255: Eliza 
betl), 255 ; John, Lord, 237 
Reginald, 243 ; — , 106. 

Braync, 208. 

Beaynb, 208 : Abigail, 111 ; 
Agnes, 24 ; Alexander, 208 ; 
Alice, 14. 136 ; Anne, 182. 

208, 209, 281 ; Anthony, 24 ; 
Edward, 209 ; Elizabeth. 209, 
212, 237 ; Emma, 209 ; Fran- 
ces, 203 ; George, 208, 209 ; 
Giles, 209 ; Guy, 208 ; Henrv, 
208, 242 ; Isabel, 24 ; James, 
209 ; Jane, 208, 209 ; Joane, 
208 ; John, 208, 209 ; Kathe- 
rine, 209 ; Ketford, 209 ; 
Lettice, 209 ; Margaret, 209 ; 
Marian, 208, 242 ; Mary, 26, 



287 



139, 208, 209 ; Rebecca, 209 ; 
Richard, 26, 182, 208, 209 ; 
Robert, 182, 242, 281 ; Su- 
sanna, 209 ; Thomas, 203, 208, 

209, 212, 237 ; William, 208, 
209 ; — , 274. 

Braynwood, — , 209. 

Breretou, Hester, 215. 

Brett, Henry, 91 ; Mary, 91. 

Bretton, H. dc, 1. 

Bridgeman, 26. 

Bridgeman, 26 ; Alice, 26 ; 
Anne, 26-28, 35, 63. 186 ; An- 
thony, 27 ; Bridget, 27, 28 ; 
Catherine, 27; Charles, 27. 
28, 231 ; Clare, 28 ; Dorothy, 
27 ; Edraond, 27 ; Edward, 
28; Eleanor. 28; Elizabeth, 
27. 2S. •.'.:, ■ Frances. 27, 28, 
211 ; Francis, 27.28 ; Geortje, 

27, 28: Gcrlnulc, 28; Henry, 

27 ; Jamo~, 2-^, 35 ; Jane, 26- 

28 ; Joane. 26, 28 ; .John, 26- 

28, 63, 2U, 231 ; Judith, 27 : 
Margaret, 27 ; Mari.in, 208 ; 
Mary, 26-28 ; Richard, 27 ; 
Robert, 28 ; Silvester, 27 ; 
Thomas, 27, 28, 63, 2.S1 ; Wil- 
liam, 26-28, 35, 186, 208 ; 
Winifred. 27; Winter, 28. 

BrUlfjes. 162, 233. 
Bridges, 210, 233; Agnes, 234; 
Alice, 210, 234-236 ; Anne, 89, 

210, 234-237 ; Anthony. 209. 
234, 237 ; Sir Baldwin, 233 ; 
Beata, 126; Beatrice, 126, 
237 ; Catherine. 66, 125. 210, 
235-237; Charles, 66, 237; 
Cicely, 236 ; Dorothy, 237 ; 
Edmund, Lord Chandos, 237 ; 
Edmund, 234, 236 ; Edward, 



Ele 



233, 



231.230.2:.7.25S ; Elizabeth, 
162. 167, 234-237 ; Florence, 

236 ; Foulke, 234 ; Frances, 

237 ; George, 234 ; Giles, 
Lord Chandos, 237 ; Sir Giles, 
14, 125, 236 ; Giles, 233, 234, 
236, 237 ; Gray, Lord Chan- 
dos, 237 ; Henry, 89, 210. 235- 
237 ; Hugh, 233 ; Isabel, 14, 
210, 233, 235, 236 ; James, 
210, 233, 23.5, 237 ; Jane, 142, 
210, 227, 235, 236 ; Joane, 17, 
210,235; John, Lord Chan- 
dos, 4, 167, 236 ; Sir John, 
203, 234 ; John, 48, 81, 210, 
227, 233-235, 237 ; Judith, 81 ; 

Ke 234 ; Margaret, 210, 

234, 235 ; Maria, 237 ; Mary, 
4, 210, 234, 235. 237 ; Maud, 
234; Richard, 17, 23, 142, 
173, 210, 234, 235, 237 ; 
Robert, 210, 234, 235, 237; 
Rowland. 210, 234. 235; 
Sarah, 233 ; Simon, 210, 233, 
235 ; Stephen, 237 ; Susan, 
17; Sir Thomas, 236; Thomas, 
210. 234-237, 257, 2.58 ; Tris- 
tram, 237 ; Ursula, 48, 203, 
234, 236 ; Walter, 210, 233, 



235 ; William, Lord Chandos, 
126, 237; William, 17, 210, 
234-237 ; Winifred, 234. 

Briggs, Elizabeth, 62 ; Thomas, 
62. 

Bright, Richard, 25 ; Sarah, 25. 

Bringer, Grace, 116 ; Nicholas, 
116. 

Brodeways, Alexander, 195 ; 
Mary, 195. 

Brodw.iy, Eleanor, 139; Rich- 
ard, 139. Sec Bradway. 

Brograrc, John. 83 : Margaret, 
S3, 2.>0 ; William. 250. 

Brokesby, Alice, 173. 

Brome, Constance, 268 ; Eliza- 
beth, 268 ; John, 268. 

Bromfield, Anne, 149 ; Sir Ed- 
ward, 149. 

Bromley, Ann, 16. 

Brniinrich, 29. 

Bromwich, 29 ; Anne, 29, 30, 
136.169; Anthony, 29; Cathe- 
rine, 29 ; Clement, 30 ; Ed- 
ward, 29, 30, 41 ; Eleanor, 
30, 77 ; Frances, 29 ; Francis, 
29; Henry, 29; Isaac. 29, 30, 
41, 136, 169 ; Isabel, 29, 30, 
210, 235 ; James, 29 ; Jane, 
29, 30 ; Sir John, 29 ; John, 
29, 41 : Joyce, 30 ; Launce- 
lot, 30 ; Margaret, 29, 30, 41 ; 
Mary, 30. 41 ; Rebecca, 30, 
41 ; Richard, 29, 30. 41 ; 
Robert, 30 ; Roger, 29 ; Sef- 
tou, 29 ; Susan, 29 ; Thomas, 
29, 77; William, 30; Tate. 
30. 

Brooke, Agnes, 274, 278 ; Aune, 
151 ; David, 16 ; Elizabeth, 
89 ; Joane, 204 ; Thomas, 151, 
204 ; William, 274, 278. 

Broumflett. See Bramfleet. 

Bi-umie, 31. 

Browse, 31; Alice, 31, 247; 
Anne, 31, 63, 158, 190; Sir 
Anthony.247; Catherine, 134; 
Christopher, 31 ; Dorothy, 31 ; 
Eleanor, 31 ; Elizabeth, 31, 
181,182; Ellen, 264; Francis, 
31, 181, 182; Georue. 2.-,2 ; 
Henry, 31 ; Hugh. 31 ; 
Humphry, 31 ; Isabel, 31 ; 
Jaue, 134; Sir John, 158; 
.lohn, 31, 63, 190,264; Lady 
Lucy. 217 ; Margaret, 27 ; 
Mary, 31, 184 : Sir Matthew, 
134 ; Richard, 31, 184 ; Sarah, 

31. 252 ; Thomas, 31 ; Walter, 
31 ; William, 31 ; — , Mar- 
quis of Montagu, 247. 

Bnin-ning, 32. 

Browning, 32 ; Anne, 32, 33 ; 
Catherine, 32 ; Christian, 32 ; 
Eleanor, 32; Elizabeth, 32, 
33 ; George, 62 ; Jane, 32, 
48, 154 : Joane, 32. 33. 147 ; 
John, 32, 33, 149, 253; Joseph, 
33 ; Margaret, 32, 253 ; Mary, 

32, 33, 149 ; Richard, 32, 33, 
48, 154 ; Robert, 33 ; Samuel, 



33 ; Ursula, 32. 62 ; William, 

32. 
Brudnell, Anne, 202 ; Dicw, 

202 ; Elizabeth, 201. 
Brugeman, John, 28. 
Bruges, Anne, 43 ; Henry, 250 ; 

Joane, 250; Margaret, 211 ; 

William, 43. See Bridges. 
Brugg, Edward. 210 ; Thomas, 

210. 
Brunker, Mary, 182; Sir Wil- 
liam, 182. 
Brunkerd, Mary, 274,278; Wil- 
liam, 274, 278. 
Bruse alias Carter, John, 161 ; 

Mirabell, 161 ; William, 161. 
Brussels, Earl of, 274. 
Brussells, Godfrey, Earl of, 

275 ; Henry, Earl of, 274, 

275. 
Bruyn, Isabel, 50. 
Bryan, Eva, 262 ; Sir Guy, 235 ; 

Guy, 262 ; Matilda, 262 ; Phi- 

lippa, 235. See Brayne. 
Bryce, — , 189. 
Bucli, 211, 212. 
Buck, 211, 212 ; Agnes, 212 ; 

Alice, 211 ; Anne, 212, 226 ; 

Blanch, 212 ; Dennis, 212; 

Elizabeth, 211, 212 ; Ellen, 

211 ; Francis, 211 ; George, 

212 ; Henrv, 226 ; Isabel, 75, 
211, 212; James, 212 ; Jane, 
211,212; John,75, 211,212; 
Kenelvn,211; Margaret, 211, 
212 ; Mary, 211, 212 ; Mat- 
thew, 212 ; Michael, 212 ; 
Rachell. 211; Richard, 211; 
Sarah, 212 ; Thomas, 212 ; 
William, 211, 212. 

Buckingham, Duke of, 58, 245. 
Buckland, Cicely, 163, 236 ; 

Joyce, 236. 
Buckley, Anne, 129, 133 ; Ro- 
bert, 133. 
Bucknell, May, 173 ; Richard, 

173. 
Budd, Richard, 76 ; Rose, 76. 
Budding, Agnes, 32 ; Daniel, 

153 ; Elizabeth, 153 ; Thomas, 

32. 
Bulbeck, Elizabeth, 101 ; Fran- 
cis, 101 ; John, 161 ; Mary, 

161. 
Bullson, Joane, 77 ; Thomas, 

77. 
Bulman, 61. 
Bulman, Judith, 62 ; Margarel;, 

62 ; Thomas, 62. 
Burdett, Margaret, 238, 240 ; 

Oliver, 238, 240. 
Burdon, Edith, 264. 
Burges, Elizabeth, 244; —,239, 

241. ,Spc Bridges. 
Burgh. Anne, 181,188; Thomas, 

181, 188. 
Burghull, Margaret, 272, 277; 

Walter, 272, 277. 
Bitrgo, 72. 
Burgo, Sir Hubert de, 72 ; John 

de, 72. 



288 



THE VISITATION OP GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Burleieh, George, 173 ; Jane. 
ITSrWilliam, Lord, ISO. 

BuENELL, 33 ; Alice, 33 ; Sir 
Edward, 87, 277 ; Henry, 33 ; 
John, 33; Margaret, 79. 87, 
277 ; Mary, 33 ; Eobert, 33 ; 
Simon, 33 ; Thomas, 33 ; 
Walter, 33 : William, 79. 

Burton, Edward, 116 ; Eliza- 
beth, 116. 

Bush, Eliz.ibeth, 251. 

Biislidl, 288. 239. 

BnsHELL. 238, 239 ; Agnes. 

238, 2 to ; iSir Alan, 238 ; 
Alice, 238-210; Anne, 238- 
211 ; Barbara, 239, 210 ; 
Catherine, 238-210 ; Corbett, 

239, 210 ; Dorothy, 238-211 ; 
Edmund, 238, 210 ; Sir Ed- 
ward, 239, 211 ; Edward, 238- 
241 ; Eleanor, 238 ; Eliza- 
beth, 238-241, 273 ; Emma, 
238, 239 ; Eve, 288 ; Felicia, 
238, 239 ; Henry, 239, 210 ; 
Hugh. 238, 239 ; Idonia, 288, 
23'J : Isabel, 28S-210 ; John. 
23'.i, 240 ; MaruMret. 238-241 ; 
Marr. 2H'.i, L'H i ; Matilda. 239 ; 
Mirella, 240 ; Jluriel, 289 ; 
Kichard, 238-211 ; Robert, 
238-210 ; Roger, 238, 239 ; 
Thomas, 238-211, 273: Ursula, 
289-211 ; William, 238-241 ; 
alias Foukes, William, 238, 
240. 

Busholme, — , 137. 

Butler, 73, 169, 241. 

Butler, or Boteler, 241 ; Agnes, 
14 ; Alice, 109, 232, 241 ; 
Sir Allen, 201 ; Almery, 170 ; 
Anne, 64, 241 ; Beatrice, 170 ; 
Catherine. 170, 201 ; Doro- 
thy, 242 ; Edmund, 242; Ed- 
ward. 204. 212 ; Elizabeth, 
170, 241, 212 ; Henry, 242 ; 
Isabel, 170, 211 ; Joane. 205 ; 
Sir John, 72, 117. 170, 212 ; 
John, 170, 232, 211 ; Lcttice. 
201 ; Margaret. 138. 211, 212 ; 
Maude. 241 ;' Nob, 138 ; 
Ralph, 14, 211 ; Richard, 77 ; 
Robert. 211, 212 ; Silvester. 
72, 212 ; Susan, 14, 77, 211 ; 
Thomas, 64 ; Walter, Earl of 
Ormond, 138 ; William, 109, 
211, 242 ; — , Lord, 205 ; 
— , 20, 73. 

Button, 231 ; Adam, 231 ; 
Avis, 231, 205 ; Beatrice, 205 ; 
Bridget, 205 ; Catherine, 232 ; 
Elizabeth. 205, 232 ; Havvise, 
282 ; Isabel, 232 ; Sir John, 
13, 205, 206, 282 ; John, 231, 
282 ; Sir Matthew, 205, 232 ; 
Maude, 205. 206, 232 ; Prax- 
eda, 56 ; Robert, 231 ; Tho- 
mas, 232; WUliam,5G. 

Byrde, John, 34. 

Byrdes, — , 99. 

Byrkiu. See BerkiD. 



Cadogan, Johanna. 110. 

Cadull, 126. 

Cadull, Alice, 2 ; Ebane, 2 ; 
Emma, 2 ; Joanna, 2 ; Mar- 
garet, 2 ; Simon, 2. 

Cage, 33 ; Anthony, 33 ; Bar- 
tholomew, 34 ; Daniel, 33 ; 
Edward, 34 ; Elizabeth, 33 ; 
Sir John, 33 ; John, 34 ; 
Judith, 34 ; Mary. 34 ; Nicho- 
las, 33 ; Richard, 34 ; Rosa- 
mund, 34 ; Sarah, 34. 

CaMcim, 179. 

Cairleon, Howell, 180 ; Joane, 
180. 

Caldecott, Margaret, 167 ; Wil- 
liam, 167. 

Callis, Ann, 178 ; John, 178. 

Callow. See Calo. 

Calo alias Calew, 34 ; Agnes. 
35 ; Alice, 34, 35 ; Ann, 27, 

35 ; Anthony, 27, 28, 35, 36 ; 
Arthur, 34, 35 ; Charles, 35, 

36 : Edmund, 35 ; Eleanor, 
34. 35 : Elizabeth. 28, 35, 36 ; 
Ellen, 36; Frances, 36; Grace, 
36 ; Humphrey. 34 ; Jane, 

35 ; John, 85, 36 ; Margaret, 
34, 35 ; Mary, 36 ; Richard, 
34-36 ; Roger, 34 ; Rose, 35 ; 
Rowland, 35, 36 ; Susan, 35 ; 
Thomas, 35 ; William, 28, 35, 

36 ; — , 168. 

Calthrop, Catherine, 256; Sir 
Martin, 206 ; Mary, 206 : 
Richard, 206. 

Calva, Anne, 133. 

Cam, Henry, 253 ; John, 197 ; 
Ralph, 253 ; Roger, 258. 

Camden, Sir William, Claren- 
ceux, 42, 195. 

Campden, Viscount, 80. 

Caravill, Godfrey, 262 ; Matilda, 
262. 

Cantelupe, Idonia, 238, 239 ; 
Sir John, 288, 239. 

Capcote, — ,16. 

Capdow, Anue, 65 ; Mabel, 65 ; 
Thomas, 65. 

Capell, 36 ; Anne, 36, 37. 76, 
252, 255 ; Christopher, 36, 37, 
76 ; Dorothy, 36 ; Edith, 37; 
Edward, 36, 226 ; Elizabeth, 
37, 226 ; Francis, 36 ; Sir 
Giles, 50, 115; Grace, 36 ; 
Isabel, 115; Joane, 36 ; Joyce, 
86 ; Margaret, 37 ; Mary, 36, 
50 ; Nathaniel, 36 ; Richard, 
86, 37, 255 ; Sarah, 37 ; 
Sarah Susannah, 37 ; Susan- 
nah, 37 : William, 36, 37. 252. 

Caplin, Anne, 39 ; John, 39. 

Cardiff, Catherine, 238 ; Paul, 
238. 

Carew, Catherine, 134 ; Ed- 
mund, Lord, 131 ; Eleanor, 
262 ; — , 268. 

Carington, Elizabeth, 54 ; John, 
51. 



Carliell, — , 73. 

Carlisle, Randolph, Earl of, 275. 

Carne. See Karne. 

Carpenter, 243. 

Carpenter, 243 ; Ann, 243 ; 
Mary, 243 ; Richard, 243 ; 
Thomas. 243. 

Carr, 37, 224. 

Caer, 37, 224 ; Agnes, 225 j 
Alice, 37, 225; Anne, 225; 
Catherine, 87 ; Christopher, 
37 ; Dorothy, 37, 269 ; Ed- 
ward, 225 ; Eleanor, 181 ; 
Elizabeth, 37 ; Ellen, 225 ; 
Frances, 37 ; George, 37 ; 
John, 37, 225, 269 ; Joyce, 

224 : Margaret, 37, 221, 225 ; 
Mary, 37 ; Dr. Nicholas, 37 ; 
Nicholas, 37, 224 ; Richard, 

225 ; Robert, 225 ; Thomas, 37, 
181.225; Thomasine, 37; Wil- 
liam. 224, 225 ; Winifred, 37. 

Carter, Bridget, 192 ; Elizabeth, 
166 ; Giles, 166. -See Bruse. 

Cartmriglit, 38. 

Caetweight, 88 ; Alice, 38 ; 
Dorothy. 38 ; Edmund. 38 ; 
El., 38 ; Margaret, 38 ; 
Nicholas, 96 ; Penelope, 38 ; 
Thexton, 38 ; Thomas, 38 ; 
Timothy, 38 ; William, 38, 

Cary. Anne. 267 ; Eleanor, 236 ; 
Elizabeth, 236 ; Giles, 236 ; 
Henrv, Lord Hunsdon, 267 : 
William, 286. 

Cassey, 182, 244, 271, 274. 

Cassey, 214 ; Agnes, 277 
Eleanor, 270 ; Elizabeth, 244 
271 ; Giles, 244, 270 ; Guy 
270; Jane, 272; John, 244 
271 ; Margaret, 244, 272 
Thomas, 271, 272, 277; Ur- 
sula, 244 ; William, 244 
— , 125, 126, 

Castle, Henry, 210. 

Catchmaid, 242. 

Catchmaid, or Catchmay, 242 ; 
Ann. 242 ; Barbara, 242. 243 ; 
Cecilia, 243 ; Charles, 242 ; 
Eleanor, 68, 242, 243 ; EUza- 
beth, 230, 242,248 ; Frances, 
167, 213 ; George, 242. 243 ; 
Jane. 26, 242, 243 ; Johanna, 

242 ; John, 27, 242, 243 ; 
Judith, 27 ; Marian, 242, 243 ; 
Mary, 208, 248 ; Philip. 243 ; 
Sir Richard, 230 ; Richard, 
167, 218 ; Thomas, 26, 212, 

243 ; Thomasine, 242 ; Tracy, 
243 ; Sir William, 68, 242, 
243 ; William, 208, 242, 243. 

Catchmint, Frances, 242 ; Wil- 



Mary, 






Catesby, Francis, 161 ; 
161. 

Cave, Elizabeth, 66, 204 ; Henry, 
204 ; Sir Richard, 204 ; Rich- 
ard, 65 ; Sir Thomas, 66. 

Caylock. Anthony, 197. 

Cecil, Jane, 188 ; Joane, 180 ; 
Maude, 188; Reginald, 180, 



289 



188 ; Thomas. Earl of Exeter, 
237 ; Thomas, 188 ; William, 
Lord Burleigh, 180. See 
Cicell, Sitsilt. 

Celv, Margaret, 261 : Richard, 
261. 

Chadnor. Margaret, 272. 

Chadwell, Catherine, 190. 

Chaioner, Judith, 24 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 24. 

Chamber, 38; Alice, 38; Anne, 
178 ; Eleanor, 38 ; Elizabeth, 
38 ; Felix, 38 ; Francis, 38 ; 
John, 38, 178 ; Margaret, 38 ; 
Peter, 88 ; Eebecca, 38 ; Tho- 
mas, 38. 

Chambers, Catherine. 55, 100 ; 
Elizabeth, 171 ; John, 171, 
198 ; Robert, 100 ; William, 
55 ; — , 67. 

Champnes, Anthony, 124 ; Rose, 
124. . 

Chandos, 233, 235. 

Chandos, Catherine, 235; Ed- 
mund, Lord, 237 ; Elizabeth. 
236 ; Giles, Lord, 237 ; Gray, 
Lord, 237 ; John, Lord, 4, 
167, 236 ; Lucy, 236 ; Mar- 
garet, 236 ; Matilda, 235 ; 
Maude, 131 ; Philippa, 235 ; 
Sir Robert, 235 ; Sir Roger, 
235 ; Roger, 131 ; Thomas, 
131, 236; Walter, 235 ; Wil- 
liam, Lord, 126, 237 ; W., 
Lord, 27. 
Chapman, Elizabeth, 57; Thoby, 

57. 
Charles, Prince. 151. 
Charlett, Dr. John, 110 ; Mary, 

Charlton, Sir Alexander, 38 ; 
Anne, 261. 

Charnells, Joyce, 214 ; Wil- 
liam, 214. 

Chaterton, Anne, 261 . 

Chedder, or Shedder, Isabel. 
115 ; Johanna, 114, 115 ; Sir 
John. 115 ; Robert, 114 ; Tho- 
mas, 114. 

Cheeke, Beatrice, 133 ; John, 
133 ; Robert, 133. 

Cheney. Sir Henry, 226 ; Sir 
William, 226. 

Chester, 39,271, 274. 

Chester, 39 ; Alice, 39 ; Anne, 
39 ; Bridget, 23, 39 : Cathe- 
rine, 39, 103, 163 ; Dominick, 
39 ; Edward, 39 ; Elizabeth, 
39 ; James, 39 ; Jane, 39 : 
Joane, 39 ; Mary, 138 ; Sir 
Robert, 163 ; Thomas. 311 ; 
Walter, 39 ; William, 23. 39, 
103, 138. 

Chester, Hugh, Earl of, 275 ; 
Ralph, Earl of, 275 ; Ran- 
dolph, Eari of, 276 ; Richard. 
Earl of, 275. 

ausvndert, 97. 

Chichley, Alice, 236; Thoma* 
236. 



Child. Apolyn. 46 ; John, 239, 
241 ; Ursula, 239, 241 ; Wil- 
liam, 46. 

Chi then. Mary, 78 ; Robert, 78. 

Cholmouley, Maude, 115 ; Sir 
Richard, 115. 

Christophersou, — , 2-(0. 

Churchill, George, 182; John. 
182; Sarah, 182. 

Churchman, Alice, 156. 

Chursdon alias le Long, Cicely, 
126; Isabel, 126 ; John, 126. 

Chute, Charles, 179 ; Elizabeth, 
179. 

Cicell, Theobald, 44 ; William, 
44. 

Cifrewast, Sir John, 130; M.aude, 
130. 

Clampard, Francis, 10 ; Mary, 
10. 

Clanvon-e, 130. 

Clanvowe. Agnes, 130; Eliza- 
beth, 128, 132 ; Sir John, 130. 
132; Maude, 130; Sir Philip; 
1.30; Philip, 128, 132; Phi- 
lippa, 130; Phipkina, 130; 
Sir Thomas, 128, 132. 

Clarlie, 174. 

Clarke, Agnes, 204 ; Anne, 204, 
230 ; Elizabeth. 23 ; James, 
23 ; Joane, 26 ; John. 18, 230 ; 
Richard, 204 ; William, 26 ; 
— , 174. 

Claville, Elizabeth, 207 ; John, 
250 ; Millioent. 250; William, 
207. 

Clayton, Catherine, 214 ; Sir 
John. 214. 

Clement, Helen, 102 ; John, 
130; Phipkina, 130; Robert, 
102 ; Sarah, 79 ; Walter, 79. 

Clevedon, Ann, 213 ; Catherine, 
173 ; Sir John. 173 ; John, 213. 

C/iffortL 40. 

Clifford, 40; Abigai;.42; Alice, 
40, 41 ; Anne," 14. 41, 42 ; 
Avis, 41, 109; Charies, 42; 
Daniel, 42 ; Dorothy, 41, 42 ; 
Elizabeth. 41, 42 ; Erneburga, 
40 ; Ferdinando, 41 ; Fran- 
ces, 19, 41 ; George, 41 ; Henry, 
14, 40-42,265; James, 16,19, 
34, 40-42, 109. 236 ; Joane, 
40, 42 ; John, 40-42 ; Kathe- 
rine, 40, 41, 236; Mabel, 41, 
42, 265; Margaret, 40, 41 ; 
Mary, 34, 41, 42 ; Matthew, 
40 ; Matthias, 42 ; Maude, 
40; Peter, 40; Philippa, 34; 
Richard, 41, 42; Roger, Lord, 
34 ; Rosamond, 42 ; Stephen, 
40 ; Susanna, 42 ; Thomas, 
40, 42 ; William, 40. 42. 
Clifton, Anne, 240 ; Elizabeth, 

211; Thomas. 240. 
Clint, James, 148 ; Margery. 

148. 
Clinton, Edward. Earl of Lin- 
coln, 237 ; Frances, 237 ; Mar- 
garet. 23 : Thomas, £2, 23 ; 
— . 66. 



Clopton, 225 ; Agnes. 225 ; 
Anne, 225; Anthony, 225; 
EIizabeth,65, 167, 225; Henry, 
225 ; John. 225 ; Katharine, 
225 ; Thomas, 225 ; Sir Wil- 
liam, 6.5. 86, 167. 
aottcrbookc, 42. 

Clotterbookb, 42 ; Anne, 42, 
43 ; Dorcas, 43 ; Dorothy, 43 ; 
Edward, 75 ; Elizabeth, 42. 43 ; 
Ferdinando, 42, 43 ; Frances, 
75 ; Joane, 42 ; Richard, 32, 
42 ; Thomas, 42. 43 ; Ursula, 
32 ; William, 32, 43. 

Clutterbuck, Anne, 62, 175 ; 
Catherine, 146 ; Dorothy. 15; 
Edith, 147 ; Hannah. 92 ; 
John, 146 ; Richard, 62, 147 ; 
Sarah, 123 ; Thomas, 175 ; 
William, 15. 

Coates. John, 82 ; Merrill, 82. 

Cobbs, Margaret, 186 ; William. 
186. 

Cobham, Frances, 115 ; Wil- 
liam. Lord, 115. 

Cobington, — , 262. 

Cock, Frances, 88 ; Richard, 88. 

Coclts, 133. 

Cocks. See Cox. 

Codrington, 40. 

Codrington, Agnes, 151 ; Anne, 
41, 52; Elizabeth, 41. 129, 
133 ; Frances, 41 ; Francis, 
29,30, 41, 129; Giles. 30. 41; 
Isabell.a, 30, 41; John, 41; 
Joyce, 41 ; .Margaret, 29, 30, 
40, 41 ; Mary, 30, 40, 129; 
Richard, 41 ; Robert, 41 ; 
Samuel. 41 ; Simon. 52, 151 ; 
Thomas, 41, 133; William, 
40, 41. See Cordington. 

Cogshall, 162. 

Coigniers, Isabella, 273, 278 ; 
Richard, 273, 278. 

Cokein, Jane, 52, 127. 

Cokesey, Alice, 94 ; Elizabeth, 
271 ; Sir Hugh, 279, 281 ; 
John, 94 ; Lady Joyce, 279, 
281 ; Sir Walter, 271. See 
Cooksey. 

Cole, 43. 

Cole, or Coles, 43; Abigail, 156; 
Agnes, 212; Alice, 225 ; Anne, 
43 ; Bridget, 43 ; Catherine, 
43; Dorothy, 38, 43 ; Edward, 
43 ; Elizabeth, 43, 240, 273 ; 
George, 43; Isabel, 43 ; Joane, 
219; John, 43, 212; M.ar- 
garet, 43 ; Mary, 43 ; Rich- 
ard, 225 ; Rowland, 38, 43 ; 
Stephen, 219 ; Thomas, 43, 
273 ; Ursula, 43, 186 ; Wil- 
liam, 43, 156, 186, 240, 273. 

Coleshull, Joane, 267; Sir John, 
267. 

Colmo, John. 2. 

Colston, or Colson, Anne, 60 ; 
Elizabeth, 81 ; Gabriel, 60. 

Colt, Frances, 76. 

Colthrop, Anthony. 81 : Judith, 
81. 

P P 



290 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Colwall, Frances, 230; John, 
230. 

Combe, Margaret, 156 ; Wil- 
liam, 156. 

Comberley, Joyce, 86 ; Thomas, 
86. 

Comptoii, 44. 

COMPTON, 44 ; Alice, 44, 177 ; 
Anne, 7, 44, 140 ; Anthony, 
44 ; Barbara. 44 ; Dennis. 44 ; 
Dorothy, 44, 52, 86 ; Eleanor, 
44 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; Ellen, 44; 
Frances, 44 ; Francis, 44 ; 
Jane, 44, 52 ; Joane, 52 ; John, 
44 ; Maria, 44 : Eachel, 25 ; 
Theobald, 44; Thomas, 25; 
Walter, 44, 52, 86, 140; Wil- 
liam, 44, 52. 

Congrave, Elizabeth, 245 ; Tho- 
mas, 245. 

Coningsby, Anne, 166 ; Eliza- 
beth, 8 ; Sir Humfrey, 8 ; Sir 
Thomas, 166. 

Conox,Philippa,]4 : William,14. 

Conquest, George. 81 ; Mary, 81. 

Conway, Agnes, 54 ; Dorothy, 
167 ; Edward, 167 ; Frances, 
95 ; Sir John, 95 ; John, 54. 

Cooke, 45. 

Cooke, 45 ; Anne, 45 ; Bartho- 
lomew, 138 ; Catherine, 138 ; 
Christian, 176 ; Cicely, 103 ; 
Dorothy, 45 ; Sir Edward, 9 ; 
Elizabeth, 9, 45; Frances, 45; 
George, 176; John. 185; Joyce, 
4 ; Lucy, 45 ; Mary, 45, 185 ; 
Mildred, 45 ; Sir Robert, 45 ; 
Eobert, Clarenceux, 11, 201, 
244, 256, 274 ; Thomas, 45 ; Sir 
William, 4. 45 ; William, 45. 

Cooksey, Alice, 1 ; John, 1 ; 
William, 1. See Cokesey. 

Cooper, Daniel, 139 ; Eleanor, 
139. 

Copley, 247. 

Copley. Eleanor, 11 ; Margaret, 
247; Thomas, 11. 

Coppinger, — , 141. 

Corbctt, 49. 

Corbett, Elizabeth, 102; Mar- 
garet, 49 ; Mary, 116 ; Ralph, 
102; Reignold. 116; Walter, 
49. 

Cordington, Giles, 127 ; Isabel, 
127. See Codrington. 

Cornii-all, 111. 

Cornwall, Bridget, 111 ; Eliza- 
beth, 116 ; Sir George, 237 ; 
John, 111; Mary, 237 ; Maude, 
29, 112; Sir Richard, 29 ; Sir 
Thomas, 29, 112, 116 ; Tho- 
mas, 112, 234. 

Cotherington. See Codrington. 

Cottington, — , 212. 

Cotton, 45. 

Cotton, 45 ; Alexander, 46 ; 
Allan, 46 ; Anna, 46 ; Anne, 
46 ; Apolyn, 46 ; Apulina, 
46 ; Catherine. 46 ; Christian, 
46; Clement, 46; David, 46; 
Don, or Dun, 46 ; Elizabeth, 



46 ; Eve, 46 ; George, 46 
Isaac, 46 ; John, 46, 221 
Margaret, 46 ; Ralph, 46 
Richard, 46 ; Stephen, 46 
Thomas, 46 ; William, 46. 

Coulston. See Colston. 

Courtney, 133. 

Courtney, Elizabeth, 87 ; Mar- 
garet, 133; Philip, 133; Sir 
William, 87 ; — , 141. 

Cowling, Anne, 6 : Walter, 6. 

Cox, Alice, 129, 133 ; Anne, 20, 
58 ; Elizabeth, 56 ; James, 
124 ; Judith, 230 ; Mary, 124 ; 
Richard, 230 ; Robert, 20 ; 
William, 56, 58. 

Coxeter, George, 10 ; Mary, 10. 

Coxmell, 47. 

COXWELL, 47 ; Alice, 187 ; 
Anne, 47 ; Barbara, 47 ; Cathe- 
rine, 187; Edward, 47 ; Eliza- 
beth, 47 ; Henry, 47 ; Joaiic, 

47, 120; John, 47, 120, 187 ; 
Leanna, 47 ; Margaret, 47 ; 
Martha, 47 ; Mary, 47 ; Miria, 

47 ; Nathaniel, 47 ; Rachel, 
47 ; Samuel, 47 ; Susan, 47. 

Cradock, Amicia, 114 ; Cathe- 
rine, 114 ; Emma, 114; Joane, 
114 ; John, 114 ; Margaret, 
114 ; Nest, 114 ; Richard, 114 ; 
Eobert.114; SirWilcock,114; 
Sir William, 114 ; William, 
114. &>« Newton. 

Cradock ap Howell ap Grono, 
114 ; Katheriue, 114. 

Crafford, or Cratford, Cathe- 
rine, 66 ; Charles, 66 ; Chris- 
topher, 66 ; Elizabeth, 66 ; 
Judith, 66 ; Petronella, 66. 

Crank, Anne, 196. 

Crayford, Richard, 133. 

Creadoge ap Jestin ap Owen, 
113; iVIargaret, 114; Ryth- 
erche ap, 114. 

Creech, Catherine, 1 73 ; Samuel, 
173. 

Cresseley, Alice,132 ; John, 132. 

Creswell, Frances, 41 ; Tho- 
mas, 41. 

Crew, 47. 

Ceew, 47 ; Alice, 47, 48 ; Anne, 

48, 151 ; Arthur, 47, 48 ; 
Elizabeth, 48 ; Jane, 32, 48 ; 
John, 48 ; Margaret, 48 ; Mat- 
thew, 48 ; Nicholas, 32 ; Ro- 
bert, 48; Sir Thomas, 151 ; 
Thomas, 47 ; Ursula, 48 ; Wil- 
liam, 47, 48. 

Crewes, Ursula, 252. 

Crickland, Alice, 138 ; Cathe- 
rine. 87 ; John, 87, 138. 

Crips, Thomas, 198. 

Croftes, Alice, 171 : Elizabeth, 
268 ; Sir James, 171 ; Joyce, 
216; Sir Richard, 216,268. 

Crolier, 48. 

Chokes, 48 ; Anne, 48, 268 ; 
Dorothy, 48 ; Elizabeth, 48 ; 
Joane, 48; John, 11, 48. 268 ; 
Mary, II, 48; Thomas, 48. 



Cromcleyne, 182, 271, 274. 

Cromeleyne, Lucy, 271, 276; 
Margaret, 271, 276 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 271, 276. 

Crosby, — , 21. 

Crowes, Isabel. 204 ; Richard, 
204. 

Cugley, Henry, 197. 

Cullimore, Margaret, 25. 

Culpeper, Margaret, 143 ; Wal- 
ter, 143. 

Ciily, 155. 

Culy, Sir Henry, 155 ; Maud, 

Curie, Susan, 214. 

Cm-son, Isabel, 105. 

Curtis, William, 198. 

Cutler. Eleanor, 256 ; Nicholas, 

256 ; Susanna, 24 ; Thomas, 

24. 
Cuttes, Adria, 133 ; John, 221 ; 

Mary, 221 ; Peter, 133. 



Dabetot, Eve, 238; Geoffrey, 

238; Matilda, 239; Robert, 

239. 
Dacres, Anne, 116; Fines, Lord, 

50 ; Mary, 63 ; Sir Thomas, 

6.S. 
Daker, John, 36. 
D'Albany. See D'Aubignv. 
Dalby. Margaret, 238 ; Richard, 

238. 
Dale, Edmund, 198 ; Elizabeth, 

33. 
Dalton, Lawrence, 119 ; Mary, 

Damenevill, Adam, 231 ; Isa- 
bella, 232; Petronilla, 231, 
232 ; Robert, 231, 232. 

Damory, 244. 

Damory, 244 ; Agnes, 212 ; 
Alice, 244 ; Ambrose, 212 ; 
Catherine, 244 ; Elizabeth, 
244 ; Giles, 244 ; Isabella, 
244 ; Morris, 244 ; Nicholas, 
244 ; Robert, 244 ; Roger, 244 ; 
Thomas, 244 ; WiUiam, 244. 

Banly, 79. 

Danby, Mary,I67; William, 167. 

Dancer, Ann, 110 ; Jane, 83, 
206 ; Joane, 206 ; John, 83 ; 
Rachel, 25 ; Richard, 110 ; 
Robert, 206. 

Dangerfield, William, 199. 

Daniell, Eleanor, 35 ; Robert, 
35 ; — , 207, 209. 

Danvers, 49. 

Dauvers, Agnes, 165 ; Amy, 
241 ; Anne, 127 ; Dorothy, 
88 ; Sir John, 88 ; John, 90, 
127, 165, 241 ; Susan, 90 ; 
— , 125. 

Darcy, Anne, 65 ; Thomas, 
Lord, 65 ; Thomas, 65. 

Daredgcourt, Elizabeth, 94 ; 
John, 94. 

Darinx. Earl of. 275. 



291 



Darnell, Christian, 170 ; James, 
170. 

Darrell, Sir Edward, 88 ; Eliza- 
beth, 88 ; Florence, 23G ; 
Isabel, 30 ; Jane, 88 ; Wil- 
liam, 236. 

Darsett, Ann, 272 ; Elizabeth, 

271 ; Margery, 272 ; Ursula, 

272 ; William, 271. 
Daston, Alice, 210 ; Anne, 

240 ; Anthony, 57, 240 ; John, 
240; Mary, 57; Kichard, 57. 

D'Avbigny,'\9,2, 271, 274. 

D'Aubigny, Alice, 275 ; Cecilia, 
276; Hawise, 276 ; Hugh, 
Earl of Arundel and Sussex, 
276; Isabella, 276; Mabel, 
276 ; Matilda, 275 ; Nichola, 
271, 276 ; William, Earl of 
Arundel, 271, 275 ; William, 
Earl of Arundel and Sussex, 
276 ; William, Lord, 274, 
275. 

Dnvnt, 213. 

Daunt, 213 ; Alice. 213 ; Anne, 
213 ; Catherine, 213 ; Chris- 
topher, 213 ; Dorothy, 213 ; 
Elizabeth, 100, 214 ; Faith, 
213 ; Frances, 27,2 14 ; George, 
213; Giles, 213,214; Heory, 
27, 213, 214 ; Jane, 213 ; 
John, 213, 214; Joyce, 214; 
Margaret, 213 ; Marjory, 213 ; 
Mary, 214 ; Maude, 213 ; 
Nicholas, 213; Simon, 213; 
Stephen, 213 ; Susan, 214 ; 
Thomas, 100, 213, 214 ; Wil- 
liam, 213, 214. 

Dauntsey, Aune,269 ; Sir John, 
204 ; John, 190, 269 ; Mar- 
garet, 268 ; Mary, 204 ; Phi- 
lippa, 190. 

Davenport, — , 46. 

Davers, Agnes. 50; Anne, 268; 
John, 268 ;' Margaret, 24 ; 
Sir Robert, 50; Silvester.26S ; 
Thomas, 268 ; William, 24 ; 
— , 227. 

Davidson, Henry, 179 ; Joane, 
179. 

Davies, or Davis, Alice, 138 ; 
Cicely, 106; Eleanor, 21 ; 
Elizabeth, 171, 181, 188 ; 
Henry, 226 ; James, 108 ; 
Jane, 108, 203 ; John, 106. 
181,188,191,198,216; Kath- 
erine, 111. 216. 226; Lewis, 
181 ; Mary, 191,243 ; Thomas, 
21, 171 ; William, 138 ; — , 
82. 

Davy, Catherine, 226 ; Henry, 
226 ; William, 207. 

Dawbeney, Eleanor, 24, 115 ; 
Giles, Lord, 24 ; — , Lord, 
115. 

Dawkes, Anne, 269 ; Richard, 
269. 

Dawkins, Joane, 138 ; Philip, 
138. 

Day, Frances, 37 ; Nicholas, 37. 

Dtane, 13. 



Deane, Isabel, 13 ; lybell, 251 ; 
Jane, 13 ; Joane, 13 ; John, 
251 ; Sir William, 13. 

Deanes, Margaret, 175; Thom.is, 
175. 

Deaues, Margaret, 38 ; Thomas, 

Deig'hton, Jane, 207 ; John, 207. 

Dk La Barrc, 49. 

Ddubere, 49. 

Delabere, 49 ; Anne, 49, 224 ; 
Catherine, 224 ; Catherine 
Baghott, 225 ; Elizabeth, 49, 
224 ; Sir George, 49 ; Grace, 
49,224; Hester, 224; Hester 
Baghott, 225 ; Isabel, 49 ; 
Joane, 49 ; John, 49 ; Ken- 
nard, 49 ; Margaret, 49 ; Sir 
Richard, 49 ; Richard, 49, 
224 ; Walter, 49 ; William 
Baghott, 224, 22.5. 

Delaraare, Catherine, 114 ; Sir 
William, 114. 

Delamore, Alice, 282 ; Bridget, 
87 : Cicely, 232 ; Constance, 
232 ; John, 232 ; Sir Peter, 
194 ; Stephen, 232 ; William. 
232. 

Delamotte, Joyce, 156 ; Rich- 
ard, 156. 

Delaward, Lady, 13. 

Delaware, Richard West, Lord, 
89. 

De la Warre, Roger, 1. 

Delves, John, 241 ; Margaret, 
239, 241. 

Den, Sir Elyer, 114 : Joane, 
114. 

Denning, Anne, 117. 

Dcniii.^i'd. 

Dennis, 49 ; Agnes, 50; Alice, 

50, 52, 129, 133 ; Alison, 51 ; 
Lady Anne, 51 ; Anne, 4, 12, 

51, 52, 127; Bridget, 51 : 
Catherine, 39, 50-52, 127, 260 ; 
Cecilia, 51, 52, 73; Dorothy, 

52, 53 ; Edith, 51 ; Eleanor. 
12, 51 ; Elizabeth, 51, 52, 
127 ; Emma, 50 ; Fortune, 
51; Frances, 52, 127, 251 ; 
Francis, 50-52 ; Sir Gilbert, 
50 ; Gilbert, 52, 127; Henry, 
51-53 ; Hugh, 50, 51, 133 ; 
Isabel, 8, 50, 51, 127 ; Jane, 
17, 44, 50-52, 127 ; Jo.ane, 
50-52 ; John, 50-53, 73 ; Ma- 
bel, 52, 127 ; Margaret, 4, 
49-52, 57, 127; Mary, 50-53, 
127 ; Sir Morris, 51 ; Morris, 
50,52,127,129,133; Richard, 
39, 50-52, 127, 251 ; Thomas, 
17, 51, 52, 57 ; Sir Walter, 
44, 50, 51 ; Walter, 51, 52, 
127 ; Sir William, 4. 8, 12, 
51, 127,260; William, 49-53, 
127 ; —,82, 119. 

Densell, Julian, 123. 
Denton, Anue, 213 ; John, 215. 
Dentriz. ,SVr Dintriz. 
Dcrbv, Earl of, 129, 133, 237. 
Brrehirsf, 18. 



Derehurst, Elizabeth, 19 ; Jane, 
18; .Joane, 18, 19 ; John, 14, 
18, 19 ; Margaret, 14, 18 ; 
Thomas, 14, 18, 19. 

Derling, Richard, 187 ; Susan, 
187. 

Desmond, Earl of, 273, 277 ; 
John, 273, 277. 

Dethick, Sir Gilbert, Garter, 

256 ; Gilbert, 25 ; Rachel, 25. 
D'Eureulx, Ann, 275 ; Count, 

275. 

Develes, Sir Henry, 222 ; Mar- 
garet, 222. 

Dexon, Margaret, 143. 

Dicldeaton, 85. 

Dickleston, Elizabeth, 86; John, 
86 ; Margaret, 86 ; Matilda, 
86; Sir William, 86; Wil- 
liam, 85. 

Digby, Simon, 165. 

Diggesse, — , 270. 

Dingley, Eleanor, 156 ; James, 

257 ; Jane, 257 ; Ralph, 156 ; 

Dinley, Anne, 265 ; John, 265. 

Dintriz. Alice, 184, 279 ; Fran- 
cis, 184, 279. 

Dobbins, Alice, 251 ; Richard, 
251 ; — , 56. 

Dobbs, Margaret, 84 ; Robert, 
197. 

Docwra, Elizabeth, 119. 

Dodge, John, 10 ; Mary. 10. 

Doding, Agnes, 170; Juhu, 170. 

Dodington, Jane, 129 ; Joane, 
129, 133; William, 129, 133. 

Dodson. Joane, 24; Mary, 177 ; 
William, 177. 

Dodswell, Ferdinando, 253 ; 
Joane, 17; John, 17; Wini- 
fred. 253. 

Dodwell, Leanna, 47. 

Done, Anne, 46 ; Sir John, 46. 

Doriugtou, Elizabeth, 24. 

Dormer, Anne. 90 ; Sir William, 
90. 

Dorney, Edward, 100; Eliza- 
beth, 207 ; Jane, 100 ; John, 
207 ; Michael, 207 ; Susan, 
207 ; Thomas, 207. 

Douton, Joane, 23; William, 23. 

Dover, Richard, 19 ; Susan, 19. 

DOWELL, 53 ; Anne, 53; Arthur, 
53 ; Catherine, 53 ; Christo- 
pher, 53 ; Elizabeth, 53 ; 
James, 53 ; John, 53 ; Mar- 
tha, 63 ; Mary, 53 ; Nathaniel, 
53 ; Robert, 53. 

Dowle, Anthony, 52, 127 ; Ed- 
ward, 52, 127 ; John, 53 ; 
Mabel, 52, 127; Mary, 52, 
127 ; Walter, 52, 127. 

Downe, Mary, 108. 

Downes, Dorothy, 4 ; Lucy, 55 ; 
Robert, 4 ; Thomas, Earl of, 
55. 

Downins, Joane, 178; John, 178. 

Doyley, Hester, 186 ; John, 186 ; 
Josias. 186. 

Dragoncr, Margaret. 171. 



292 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Drake, Sir Francis, U. 

Drew, Margery, 252 ; Moses, 252. 

Drinkwater, joane, J18. 

Dubberley, Abigail, 42; Rich- 
ard, 42. 

Duckett, Jane, 183, 279 ; John, 
183, 279. 

Duckinfeld, Eleanor, 53 ; Ko- 
bert, 53. 

Dudley, Edmond, Lord, 237 ; 
Edward, 115; Elizabeth, 115; 
John Kutton, Lord, 22 ; Kath- 
erine, 237. 

Dumbleton, John, 195; Parnell, 
195. 

Dnnnh, Mary, 91 ; Walter, 91. 

Dunning, Margaiet, 185 ; Tho- 
mas. 185 ; William, 197. 

Dunslar, John, 81 ; iSnsan, 81. 

Duttvji. 54. 

DUTTON, 53, 54 ; Agnes, 54 
Ambrose, 55 ; Anna, 55 
Anne, 53, 54 ; Cicely, 54 
Edward. 54 ; Eleanor, 53, 54 
Elizabeth. 54, 55 ; Ellen, 53 ; 
Geffery, 54 ; Giles. 55 ; Henry 
53 ; Hugh, 54 ; John, 53-55 : 
Lawrence, 53, 54 ; Lucy, 55 : 
Margaret, 54 ; Mary, 54, 55 : 
Parnell, 54 ; Sir Peter, 54 : 
Peter, 54 ; Philip, 53 ; Ralph 
54, 55 ; Richard, 54 ; Robert 
53, 54 ; Rowland, 55 : Thomas. 
53-55 ; William, 53-55 ; — 
204. 

Di/cas, 208. 

Dycas, Jane, 208 ; John, 208. 

Dyer, 64. 

Dyer, Ann, 64 ; John, 64. 

Dymock, — , 110. 

Dynghill, Agnes, 2 ; Margaret 
2 ; Robert, 2. 



E 

Earle, — , 61. 

Eastconrt. Sec Estcourt. 

Echingham, Anne, 140; Sir — 
140. 

Edgcumbe, Kathcrine, 164 ; 
Mary, 164; Peirce, 164. 

Edwards, Ambrose. 171 ; Eliza- 
beth, 68; John, 187; Mar- 
garet, 187 ; Richard, 68. 

Egerton, Anne, 24 ; Catherine, 
66 : Edward, 186 ; Elizabeth 
186; Sir John, 24; John, 163 
Mary, 163; Sir Ralph, 186 
Richard, 66. 

Eignon, Howell ap, 188 ; John 
ap, 13 ; Ralph ap, 13 ; Ro- 
bert ap, 14, 201 ; Thomas ap, 
13,14. 

Elbertou, Elizabeth, 15 ; Marv, 
15 ; Thomas, 15. 

Elbridge, John, 104 ; Margery 
104. ' 

Elkinton, Agues, 173; Thomas, 



EUand, 126, 127. 



Elland, Jane, 127 ; Robert, 127. 

Elliott, Catherine, 56 ; Eliza- 
beth, 134 ; Ellen, 9 ; George, 
9, 134; Richard. 56. 

Ellis, Griffith Lloyd ap, 96 ; 
Johns ap. 96 ; Margaret, 6 ; 
William, 6. 

Elmer, Anne, 79; Isabella, 130; 
Maurice, 130; Robert, 79. 

Elston, Hugh, 147; Marian, 147. 

Ely, Athiinasins, 198. 

Elyder, Joane, 114; Sir John. 
114. 

Emerson, Gertrude, 155 ; Tho- 
mas, 155. 

Erleghe, Eleanor. 1 32; Sir John, 
132. 

Ermin, Elizabeth, 81 ; Sir Wil- 
liam, 81. 

Ernald. Emma, 238, 239 ; Hugh, 
238, 239. 

Erneley, Anne, 120 ; Dorothy, 
141 ; Jane, 89 ; John, 120. 

Essex, George, 140. 

Estcourt, 55. 

ESTCOTJET, 55 ; Agnes. 56 ; 
Alice, 56, 57, 111 ; Anne, 56, 
57 ; Barbara, 56 ; Catherine, 

56 : Christopher, 57 ; Cicely, 

57 ; Edith, 56 ; Edmond, 56, 
57 ; Edmond de la, 56 ; Sir 
Edward," 56 ; Edward, 57, 
111, 145 ; Elizabeth. 56. 57 ; 
George, 57 ; Sir Giles, 57 ; 
Giles de la, 56 ; Grace, 57 ; 
Hannah, 56 ; Honor, 56 ; 
Jane, 57 ; Jasper, 57 ; joane, 
55, 57 ; John, 57 ; John de la, 
56 ; Julian, 55 ; Margaret, 
56; Mary, 56. 57, 14.5, 252; 
Praseda, 56; Richard, 55-57, 
252 ; Simon de la. 55 ; Sir 
Thomas, 56 ; Thomas, 56, 57 ; 
Thomas de la, 56 ; Walter de 
la, 55, 56 ; William, 56, 57. 

Estington. Alice, 234 ; William, 

234 ; — , 250. 
Eiheridge, Anne, 31. 
Etherton, Anne, 184, 280. 
Eton, 155. 
Eton, Catherine, 156 ; Henry, 

156. 
Eudbam, Anne, 171 ; Walter, 

171. 
Evan Sais, Howell ap, 180. 
Evans, 57 ; Elizabeth, 38, 58 ; 

Hugh, 57 ; Margaret, 52. 57 ; 

Thomas, 58 ; William, 38, 52, 

57. 
Eccrdon, 93. 
Everdon, Alice, 93 ; Anthony, 

93 ; Thomas, 93. 
Exeter, Thomas, Earl of, 237. 



Fabian, Catherine, 88. 
I Fairevrood. See Hello Bosco. 
1 Fare, Elizabeth. 222 ; Richard, 
I 222. 



-,74. 



Farrar, Anne, 225. 

Farrington, Alice, 160; John, 
160. 

Fatikner, 74. 

Faukner. Christian, 263 

Fay, John, 154. 

FeUl, 58. 

FELD,or Field, 58 ; Anne, 58 
Anthony, 58 ; Catherine, 58 
Dorothy, 58 ; Edward, 58 
Eleanor, 30, 58 ; Florence, 
68 ; Giles, 58 ; Joseph, 58 
Mary, 30 ; Nathaniel, 58 
Richard, 58 ; Samnel, 58 
Thomas, 58 : Walter. 58 
William, 30, 58 ; —,119. 

Fenn, Catherine, 92 ; Richard, 
92. 

Fenton. Mary, 14. 

Ferrers, 59 ; Agnes, 276 ; 
Anne. 87 ; Christian. 59 ; 
Dorothy, 59 ; Edward, 59 ; 
Eleanor, 59 ; Henry, Lord, 
34 ; Sir Henry, 34 ; Henry, 

59 ; Jane, 34 ; John, Lord, 
87 ; John, 34, 59. 87 ; Mar- 
garet, 59, 87 ; Martha, 59 ; 
Philippa, 34 ; Roger, 59, 60 ; 
Thomas, 34. 60 ; William, 
Earl, 276 ; William, Lord, 34 ; 
William, 59, 60 ; — , Lord, 1S3. 

Ferris. Constance, 95 : Edward, 
95. ' 

Fetherston, Joane, 69. 

Fetiplace, Edmond, 86 ; Elea- 
nor, 126 ; Elizabeth, 86, 88 ; 
John, 88 ; Margaret, 88 ; Sir 
Richard, 126 ; — , 163. See 
Phetiplace. 

Field. See Feld. 

Fifield,M.ary,21; Thomas,21,60. 

Fificld alias Lowe, 60. 

FiFiELDfl?/(j« Lowe, 60 ; John, 

60 ; Richard, 60 ; Robert, 60. 
See Lowe. 

Finch, 61 ; Alexander, 61 ; 
Amy, 61 ; Anne, 61, 135 ; 
Bartholomew, 61; Elizabeth, 
61, 135 ; Frances, 61 ; Fran- 
cis,61; Heneage,135; Henry, 
61; Jane, 61 ; John, 61, 135; 
Mary, 61 ; Moyle, 135 ; Rus- 
sell, "61; Theophilus, 135; Sir 
Thomas, 135 ; Thomas, 135. 

Fines, — , 66. 

Fisher, Andrew, 52, 127 ; Eliza- 
beth, 22 ; Henry, 21, 22; 
Joane, 21 ; Mary, 52, 127. 

Fitzalan, Isabella, 276 ; John, 
Lord, 276. 

Fitz-Harding, Robert, Lord 
Berkeley, 130. 

Fitzherbert, Elizabeth, 148 ; 
Eustace, 148. 

Fitz-Howell, Sir Philip, 130; 
Refus, 130 ; William, 130. 

Fitzhugh, Elizabeth, 250. 

Fitz-James, Eleanor, 182; Sir 
James, 115 ; Jane, 115 ; Lew- 
son, 182. 



'Mb 



Fitz-John, Adam, 87. 

Fitz-Maurice, Howell, 130. 

FUznhhol, 130. 

Fitznichol, Agnes, 131 ; Cathe- 
rine, 128, 132 ; Eleanor, 32 ; 
Eve, 131 ; Joane, 65, 131 ; 
Sir John, 131 ; John, .55 ; 
Margaret, 131 ; Ralph, 130 ; 
Eeginald, 131 ; Roger, 130; 
Sir Thomas, 32 ; Thomas, 128, 

131, 132. 

Fitz-Ralpli, Maude, 130 ; Nicho- 
las, 130. 

Fitz-Robert, Alice, 130 ; Helen, 
130; Nicholas, 130. 

Fitz-Roger, Anne, 140; Isabella, 
130 ; Sir John, 140 ; John, 
140 : Nicholas, 130. 

Fitzwilliams, Elizabeth, 89 ; 
Henry, 89. 

Fktmbcrt, 162. 

Fleetwood, Dorothy, 45 ; Sir 
Gerard, 55 ; Mary, 55 ; Sir 
Miles, 45. 

Fleming, Anne, 65. 

Fletcher, Blanch, 140 ; Rich- 
ard, 244; Roger, 140; Ur- 
sula, 244. 

Flower, Anne, 63 ; John, 185 ; 
Millicent, 185. 

Flowes, Margaret, 120 ; Roger, 
120 ; William, Norroy, 256. 

Fludgate, Edward, 16. 

Fogg, Sibbell, 105 ; Thomas, 
i05. 

Fvlliot, 40. 

FoUiot, Constance, 11, 12 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 12 ; Margaret, 56 ; 
Thomas, 11. 12, 56, 211 ; — , 
40. 

Ford, John, 198 ; Mary, 19. 

Forster, or Foster, Egideus, 94 ; 
Elizabeth, 264 ; Humtrey, 20. 
128. 214 ; Isabel, 128, 132 ; 
Jane, 88, 214 ; Joane, 90 ; 
Mary, 20, 94 ; Richard, 128, 

132, 264 ; Robert, 63 ; Sarah, 
63 ; William, 88, 90. 

Fortescue, — , 209. 

Forthey, Peter, 246. 

Fortune, Frances. 108 ; Walter. 
108 ; William, 108. 

FouVie, 245. 

F0ULKE,245; Alice, 37 ; Anne, 
245 ; Cassandra, 245 ; Eliza- 
beth, 245 ; Herbert, 245 ; 
Humphrey, 245 ; Jane, 245 : 
Joane, 245 ; John, 238, 245 ; 
Joyce, 245 ; Katherine, 245 ; 
Margaret, 238, 240, 245 ; 
Mary, 245 ; Morris, 245 ; Ro- 
bert, 245 ; Roger, 245 ; Tho- 
mas, 245 ; Walter, 240, 245 ; 
William, 37, 245. 

Fowkes. See Foulke. 

Fuivhi;6\. 

Fowler, 61 ; Alice, 62 ; Anne, 
62 ; Anselm, 62 ; Daniel, 61, 
62 ; Dorothy, 62 ; Edward, 
62 ; Elizabeth, 62, SI ; Fer- 
dinando, 62 ; Henry, 61 ; 



Hester, 62 ; Jane, 62 ; Jasper, 
62 ; Joane, 62, 146 ; John, 

62 : Judith, 61, 62 ; Jlar- 
garet, 61, 120; Mary, 19, 62; 
Nathaniel, 62 ; Richard, 61, 
62. 146 ; Robert, 62 ; Roger, 
120 ; Samuel, 62 ; Stephen, 
32, 62 ; Thomas, 62 ; Ursula, 
32, 62 ; William, 61, 62, 81 ; 
—,59. 

Fox, 177. 

Fox, Charles, 19, 41 ; Clement. 
177 ; Edmond, 19 ; Elizabeth, 
19, 41 ; John, 177 ; Martha, 
19. 

Fosford, Ellen, 211 ; Robert, 
211. 

Francis, Joyne, 214 ; Sir Ro- 
bert, 214 ; William, S. 

Fraukam, Alice, 31 ; William, 
31. 

Freeman, Elizabeth. 48 ; Rich- 
ard, 198 ; — , 70, 137, 157. 

Fivnie, 62. 

Freme, 62 ; Anne, 63 ; Eliza- 
beth, 62, 63, 147 ; Giles, 62 ; 
Henry, 63; Hester, 63; James, 

63 ; Joane. 62, 63 ; John, 63 ; 
Mary, 63 ; Price, 63 ; Richard, 
63 ; Robert, 62, 63 ; Sarah, 
63; Susan. 62 ; Thomas, 62, 63. 
147 ; Ursula, 62 ; William, 
62, 63. 

Frewen, Eleanor. 204 ; Roger, 
204. 

Fryer, Dorothy, 101. 

Fulnetby, Elizabeth, 111. 

Fulwer. Bostock, 16 ; Ursula, 
16. 

Furneulx, Avis, 205, 231; Elea- 
nor, 205 ; Sir Henry, 205 ; 
Henry, 205 ; .loane, 205 ; Mar- 
garet, 205 ; Sir Matthew. 205, 
231 ; Maude, 205 ; Simon, 
205 



Gaffe, 246. 

Gage, 246 ; Agnes, 246 ; Alice, 

247 ; Anne, 247 ; Cicely, 14 ; 

Sir Edward, 247 ; Eleanor, 

246 ; Elizabeth, 247 ; James, 

247 ; Jane, 27 ; Joane, 246 ; 
Sir John, 14, 246, 247 ; John, 
246, 247 ; Margaret, 247 ; 
Mary, 247 ; Philippa, 246 ; 
Robert, 247 ; William, 246, 
247. 

Gainsford, Frances, 107. 
Galbrngg, Thomas, 210. 
Gamage, Elizabeth, 270 ; Jane, 

273, 278 ; — , 4. 
Garaway, Eleanor, 203 ; John, 

203, 234 ; Ursula, 203, 234. 
Gargrave, — , 236. 
Garners, Joane, 181 ; William, 

181. 
Gamett, John, 24 ; Margery, 24. 
Ganwii, 63. 



Garnon, 63 ; Anne, 63 ; An- 
thony, 63 ; Christian, 63 ; 
Dacres, 63 ; Dorothy, 63 ; 
James, 63 ; John, 63 ; Luke, 

63 ; Mary, 63 ; Nicholas, 63 ; 
Peter, 63 ; Thomas, 63 ; Wil- 
liam, 63. 

Garrett, Margery, 3 ; William, 3. 

Garton, Giles, 164 ; Margaret, 
70, 164 ; Mai-y, 164 ; Wil- 
liam, 70. 

Gascoigne, Anne, 273. 278 ; 
Eleanor, 273, 278 ; Thomas, 
273 ; Sir William, 273, 278 ; 
William. 273. 

Gastrell, 64. 

Gastrell, 64 ; Anne, 64 ; 
Arthur, 64 ; Bridget, 64 ; 
Charles, 64 ; Devereux, 64 ; 
Edmond, 64 ; Edward, 64 ; 
Elizabeth, 64 ; Fabian, 64 ; 
Florence, 64 ; George, 64 ; 
Henry, 64 ; John, 64 ; Knight- 
ley, 64 ; Mary, 64 ; Nicholas, 

64 ; Rachel, 04 ; Richard, 64 ; 
Thomas, 64 ; Walter, 64. 

Gates, 65. 

GATES, 65 ; Agnes, 65, 165 ; 
Albericus, 66 ; Anne, 65 ; An- 
thony, 65 ; Catherine, 66 ; 
Christopher, 65 ; Edward, 66 ; 
Eleanor, 66 ; Elizabeth, 65, 
66 ; Francis, 66 ; Sir Geffrey, 
65, 165 ; Geffrey, 65, 66 ; Sir 
Henry, 66 ; Henry, 66 ; Isabel, 
66 ; Jane, 66 ; Sir John, 65 ; 
John, 66 ; Joyce, 65 ; Judith, 
65, 66 ; Lucy, 66 ; Mabel. 65 ; 
Mary, 66; Paul, 66; Peter, 66; 
Ralph, 65; Robert, 66; Susan, 
66 ; Thomas, 65, 66 ; Timothy, 
66 ; William, 65, 66. 

Gatewike, Felicia, 238, 239 ; 
Richard, 238, 239. 

Gaunt, Ann, 265 ; Simon, 265. 

Gawdey, Anne, 239, 241 ; Tho- 
mas, 239, 241. 

Gayer, — , 16. 

Gayner, — , 212. 

Geffrey, Elizabeth, 151 ; Leon- 
ard, 151. 

Gent, Mary, 157 ; WilUam, 157. 

George, 249. 

George, 247 ; Agnes, 248 ; 
Alice, 248 ; Anne, 83, 222, 

247, 248, 265 ; Arnold, 248 ; 
Bridget, 248 ; Christopher, 
222, 247-249; Cicely, 248; 
Edward, 265 ; Eleanor, 248 ; 
Elizabeth. 248, 249 ; George, 
222 ; Giles, 247, 248 ; Hugh, 

248, 249 ; James, 248 ; Jane, 
248 ; Joane, 248 ; John, 222, 
247-249 ; Margaret, 222, 247- 
249; Mary, 248; Richard, 
247. 248 ; Robert, 248, 249 ; 
Samuel, 248. 249 ; Thomas, 
247, 248 ; William, 247-249. 

Georges, 249. 

Georges, Beata, 249 ; Isabel, 
50 ; John, 249 ; Rebecca, 249 ; 



294 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Theobald, 5( 

■William, 249. See Gorges. 
Germin, John, 135 ; Margaret, 

13.5. 
Gernon, Ann, 27 : Joane, 18S ; 

William, 27, 188. 
Gernons, Randolph, Earl of 

Chester, 275. 
Gethin, Hester, 110; Simon, 110. 
Gibbons, Frances, 135 ; Ger- 

vase, 135. 
Gibbs, William, 206. 
Gifford, 249. 
GiFPOKD, 249 ; Anne, 250 ; 

Dorothy, 135; Eleanor, 117, 

249; Elizabeth, 250; Francis, 

250 ; Sir George, 250 ; Gri- 

segon, 250 ; Jane, 249, 250 ; 

Jerome, 250 ; Joane, 250 ; 

John, 117, 135, 175, 250 ; 

Katherine, 250 ; Mary, 250 ; 

Millicent, 250 ; Richard, 

250 ; Ursula, 43, 175 ; Sir 

William, 249; William, 43, 

250. 
Gilbert, Elizabeth, 96 ; J., 96 ; 

Thomas, 197. 
Giles, Edward, 10 ; Elizabeth, 

10 ; John, 152 ; Sarah, 152. 
Gilliam, Anne, 202. 
Gilliams. Sec Guillim. 
Gilliant, John ap Roger ap, 

104. 
Glanville, Sir John, 56, 164 ; 

Lady Mary, 164 ; Mary, 56. 
Glascock, Elizabeth, 160; Rich- 
ard, 160. 
Glistou, Isarart, 67 ; Mariana, 

67. 
Goddard, Anne, 41 ; Edward, 

41, 48 ; Joane, 48. 
Godespayne, — , 174. 
Gulafre, 182, 271,274. 
Golafre, Alice, 271, 276 ; Cath- 
erine, 271, 276 ; John, 271, 

276, 277 ; Margaret, 271, 277 ; 

Sir Roger, 271, 276. 
Goldlng, Mary,28 ; William, 28. 
Gomond, Jane, 138. 
Good, Michael, 211. 
Goodenough, Annabella, 10 ; 

William, 10. 
Goodere, Eleanor, 242 ; Henry, 

242. 
Goodman, Elizabeth, 225 ; 

George, 225. 
Goodrich. See Goodridge. 
Goodridge, 250. 
GOODEIDGE, 250 ; Anne, 251 ; 

Edith, 250 ; Edmond, 251 ; 

Edward, 251 ; Elizabeth, 250, 

251 ; Jane, 251 ; John, 250, 

251 ; Margaret, 250, 251 ; 

Mary, 251 ; Richard, 251 ; 

Robert, 250, 251 ; Sarah, 251 ; 

Thomas, 250 ; William, 250, 

251. 
Goodwin, — , 165. 



Gore, Friswith, 220; Gi 
Gorges, 49. 



Gorges, Anne. 126 ; Cicely, 51 ; 
Sir Edward, 129, 134 ; Elea- 
nor, 50 ; Margaret, 1 36 ; Mary, 
129, 134; Sir Ralph, 50; Sir 
Theobald, 126 ; Thomas, 136 ; 
William, 51. 

Gorney. See Gurney. 

Gostlett, 67. 

GosTLETT, 67 ; Alice, 67 ; Anne, 
67,88 ; Catherine, 67: Charles, 
67 ; Fortune, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; 
Joane, 67 ; John, 67 ; Ursula, 

67 ; William, 67, 88. 
Gotheridge. See Goodridge. 
GOUGH, 67 ; Alice, 67, 68 ; Ann, 

68, 69 ; Blanch, 67, 68 ; 
Charles, 68 ; Dorothy, 19, 
67, 68 ; Douglas, 68 ; Elea- 
nor, 67, 68 ; Elizabeth, 68 ; 
EUinora, 68 ; George, 67-69 ; 
Giles, 69 ; Hannah, 68 ; Is- 
rael, 68 ; James, 68, 69 ; 
Joane, 62 ; John, 68, 69, 190 ; 
Katherine, 68, 69 ; Margaret, 
69 ; Mariana, 67 ; Mary, 67- 

69, 190; Oliver, 68; Richard, 

68 ; Sarah, 68 ; Warren, 19, 
67, 68 ; William, 67-69 ; — , 
238, 240. 

Gouldwell, Margery, 141 ; Wil- 
liam, 141 ; — , 125. 

Gouys, Richard, 22. 

Gower, Anne, 7 ; Dorothy, 11 ; 
Eleanor, 7 ; John, 11 ; Tho- 
mas, 7 ; William, 7. 

Goych, Gwenlian, 114 ; Lord 
Rees, 114. 

Gradwell, Anne, 103 ; George, 
103. 

Grant, Dorothy. 273 ; Howell, 
104 ; John, 273 ; Winter, 273. 

GrantsoD, Isabel, 233 ; Sir Piers, 
233 ; William, 233. 

Gray, or Grey, Ambrose, 166 ; 
Constance, 95 ; Edmund, 
Lord. 236 ; Edward, 250 ; 
Elizabeth, 98, 115, 236 ; 
Grisegon, 250 ; Richard,Lord, 
98 ; Susan, 166 ; Tacy, 72 ; 
— , Lord Powis, 250 ; — , 
Lord, 72, 166 ; — , 226. 

Greene, 69, 112. 

Greene, 69 ; Ann, 35, 69 ; 
Catherine, 175; Elizabeth, 
69 ; Isabel. 69 ; Joane, 69, 98 ; 
John, 69, 282 ; Lettice, 69 ; 
Margaret, 69 ; Matilda, 162 ; 
Oliver, 69 ; Philip, 98 ; Sir 
Thomas, 162 ; Thomas, 69, 
175 ; William, 69. 

Greening, Mary, 212 ; William, 
212. 

Gregory, Anne, 239, 240 ; Ed- 
mund, 239 ; Edward, 240 , 
Eleanor, 38 ; Francis, 240 ; 
John, 24 ; Judith, 24. 

Grendoure, Elizabeth, 13 ; Sir 
John, 13 ; Lawrence, 13 ; 
Margaret, 13 ; Marian, 13 ; 
Robert, 13. 

Grenfeld. Ann. 107. 



Grenvile, — , 52, 127. 

Gresham, Christian, 164 ; Sir 
Richard, 164 ; Sir Thomas, 
164. 

Oreville, 214. 

Greville, 70, 214 ; Abigail, 
215 ; Agnes, 260 ; Alice, 187 ; 
Ann, 70, 215; Dr. Charles, 
215 ; Charies, 215 ; Charles 
Scudamore, 215 ; Compton, 

70 ; Dorothy, 215 ; Edith, 70 ; 
Sir Edward, 215, 260, 281 ; 
Edward, 70, 215, 239, 241 ; 
Eleanor, 159 ; Elizabeth, 215, 
250, 257, 258 ; Sir Foutk, 215, 
Frances, 70 ; Francis, 70 ; 
Sir Giles, 165 ; Giles, 70, 123, 
165, 215 ; Hester, 215 ; Isabel, 
215 ; Jane, 70, 214, 260 ; Sir 
John, 215 ; John, 128, 214, 
215 ; John Scudamore, 215 ; 
Joyce, 214 ; Joyne. 214 ; Ju- 
lian, 55 ; Katherine, 128, 132 ; 
Lodwick, 214 ; Margaret, 70, 
214,239,241; Mary, 70, 119; 
Mary Scudamore, 215 ; Ralph, 
132, 214 ; Richard, 70, 159, 
250 ; Robert, 70, 215 ; Sarah, 
70, 123 ; Thomas, 215 ; Wil- 
liam, 70, 214. 

Griffin, Joane, 115 ; Richard, 
115 ; Sir Thomas, 115. 

Griffith, Johns ap Ellis ap, 96. 

Grimbald, Elizabeth, 172. 

Grimsditch, Margaret, 11 ; Tho- 
mas, 11. 

Grindall, Mary, 209. 

Grizold, Elizabeth, 97. 

Gronow, Gwenlian, 114; Howell 
ap, 114; Jenkin Lloyd ap, 104. 

Gronowy ap Ryddy, 114. 

Grove, Margaret, 48. 

Grubb, Susanna, 138 ; Thomas, 
138. 

Gruff eth, Anne, 115. 

Guest, 71 ; Alexander, 71 ; 
Alice, 71 ; Anne, 71 ; Eliza- 
beth, 71 ; Giles, 71 ; Hannah, 

71 ; John, 71 ; Sir Lionel, 71 ; 
Margery, 71 ; Mary. 71 ; 
Sarah, 71 ; Thomas, 71. 

Guilford, Philippa, 246 ; Sir 
Richard, 246. 

Guilliam,JohnapRogerap, 104. 

Guilliams, Frances, 52, 127 ; 
Isabel, 105 ; John, 52, 127 ; 
Thomas, 105. 

Guillim, 251. 

Gdillim, 251 ; Alice, 176,251, 
252 ; Anne. 216, 252, 261 ; 
Cecilia, 243 ; Dorothy, 252 ; 
Edward,261 ; Elizabeth, 252 ; 
Frances, 251, 252 ; George, 
252; Isabel, 251; Iybell,251 ; 
James, 261 ; Jane, 251 ; Jo- 
ane, 74, 233, 261 : Sir John, 
252 ; John, 176, 233, 251, 252 ; 
Katherine, 252, 261 ; Mar- 
garet, 251, 252 ; Mary, 261 ; 
Moore, 74, 261 ; Priscilla,252; 
Richard, 216, 252; Robert, 



INDEX. 



296 



251 ; Tacy, 251 ; Thomas, 251, 

252 ; Ursula, 252 ; Walter, 
252 ; William, 251. 

Guise. SceGyse. 

Gunn, Ann, 95 ; Ilichard, 95. 

Gnrney, 74, 169. 

Gomey, Anne, 170 ; Catherine, 
170 ; Christian, 170 ; Eliza- 
beth, 170, 24S ; John, 170 ; 
Mary, 170; Thomas, 170. 

Gutheridge. Siee Goodridge. 

Guy, Alice, 130 ; Dorothy, 41 ; 
Helen, 130. 

Guynet, iVIary, 57 ; Eichard, 57. 

Gwmjthroyd, 179. 

Gwillims, Elizabeth, 267 ; Mor- 
gan, 267. 

Gwin ap Gwayth, 180 ; Emma, 

Gwinnett, 252 ; Anne, 252 ; 
Elizabeth, 104, 252 ; George, 
104, 252 ; Hannah, 252 ; 
Henry, 252; Martha, 252; 
Mary, 252 ; Phoebe, 252; 
Eichard, 252 ; Sarah, 252 ; 
WUliam, 252. 

C^yse, 72. 

Gysb, 72 ; Abigail, 192 ; Agnes, 
72; Alice, 41 ; Anselm, 41, 
236 ; Anthony, 73 ; Auncell, 
73 ; Sir Aunselin, 72 ; Auu- 
selno, 72 ; Beauma, 72 ; Brid- 
get, 72 ; Cecilia, 51 , 72, 78 ; 
Charles, 73 ; Christopher, 73 ; 
Edward, 73 ; Elizabeth, 72, 
73 ; Florence, 73 ; George, 

72, 73 ; Henry, 73 ; Isabella, 

72 ; James, 72 ; Jane, 72, 73 ; 
Sir John, 72, 242 ; John, 72, 

73, 78, 192, 242 ; Katherine, 
236, 257, 258 ; Margaret, 72, 

73 ; Mary, 72 ; Eeignold, 72, 
236 ; Eobert, 73 ; Silvester, 
72, 242 ; Tacy, 72 ; Tary, 72 ; 
Thomas, 72, 73 ; Sir William, 
73 ; William, 51, 72, 73. 



Hackett. Alice, 234 ; Hugh, 234. 

iradley, 99. 

Hadley, George, 99 ; Isabel, 99. 

Hagthorpe, John, 187 ; Judith, 
187. 

Haines. Si;c Haynes. 

Hake, Lucy, 66 ; William, 66. 

Hale, Ann, 16, 185 ; Thomas, 
185. 

Hales, Christopher, 48 ; Doro- 
thy, 48 ; John, 48. 

Hall, 73, 145. 

Hall, 73 ; Sir Alexander, 75 ; 
Alice, 75 ; Amy, 75 ; Andrew, 
75 ; Anne, 74, 166 ; Lady 
Apoline, 75 ; Benedict, 74,75 ; 
Catherine, 56 ; Cecilia, 74, 75 ; 
Christian, 87, 277; Christo- 
pher, 74 ; Dorothy, 74, 141 ; 
Edith, 75 ; Edward, 74, 166 ; 
Eleanora, 75 ; Elizabeth, 75, 



145; Frances, 75; Francis, 74; 
Grace, 75 ; Henry, 74 ; Henry 
Benedict, 74 ; Isabel, 75, 212 ; 
James, 75 ; Jane, 75 ; Joane, 
74; John, 74, 75,87,141,145, 
277 ; Joyce, 75 ; Margaret, 
75 ; Mary, 74, 75 ; Eebecca, 
75 ; Eichard. 56, 75 ; Eobert, 

75 ; Thomas, 74, 141 ; Wil- 
liam, 73, 74. 

Halliday, Margaret, 89 ; Wil- 
liam, 89. 

Halsey, Anthony, 33 ; Mary, 33. 

Halton, 75. 

HALTON, 75 ; Agnes, 75 ; Eliza- 
beth, 75 ; Hamond, 75 ; Isa- 
bel, 75 ; John, 75 ; Jonas, 75 ; 
Matilda, 75 ; Paul, 75 ; Eo- 
bert, 75 ; William, 75. 

Hamby, 112. 

Hamby, Elizabeth, 113 ; John, 
113. 

Hamden, Edward, 160 ; Eliza- 
beth, 160. 

Hame, Isabel, 170. 

Hamlyn, Edward, 209 ; Eliza- 
beth, 39 ; George, 209 ; Jane, 
209 ; John, 209 ; Matilda, 75 ; 
Eichard, 209 ; Eobert, 39, 75. 

Hanumd, 112. 

Hamond, Joane, 113 ; William, 
113. 

Hampdon, Alice, 232 ; John, 232. 

Hampton, Elizabeth, 81, 205, 
232 ; Jane, 115 ; John, 15, 
81 ; Lucy, 115 ; Margaret, 
201; Matthew, 115 ; Silvester, 
15; — , 15. 

Hamstley, or Hanseley, Cathe- 
rine, 46 ; William, 46. 

Hanborne, — , 235. 

Hanbunj, 76. 

Hanbuey, 76 ; Anne, 36, 76 ; 
Caple, 76 ; Christopher, 76 ; 
Frances, 76 ; Sir John, 143 ; 
John, 36, 76 ; Margery, 76 ; 
Mary, 143 ; Philip, 76 ; Eich- 
ard, 76 ; Eose, 76 ; Samuel, 

76 ; William, 76. 
Hancock, Dorothy, 242 ; Mau- 
rice, 198 ; — , 46. 

Hand, Grace, 36 ; Eichard, 36. 

Hanford, Margaret, 86; Tho- 
mas, 86. 

Hankey, Margery, 2 ; Eobert, 2. 

Hanley, Eleanor, 195. 

Hannam, Jane, 85. 

Harbech, Ann, 215 ; Humphrey, 
215. 

Harbert, George, 116 ; Grace, 
116. 

Harding, Ann, 168,253; Daniel, 
253 ; Deborah. 253 ; Eliza- 
beth, 253 ; George, 253 ; 
Honor, 56 ; Jane, 226 ; John, 
226, 253; Joseph, 253 ; Kathe- 
rine, 253 ; Margaret, 32, 253 ; 
Mary, 253 ; Matilda, 172 ; 
Morris, 253 ; Eichard, 253 ; 
Thomas, 56, 253 ; William, 
32, 168, 253 ; Winifred, 253. 



Hardkin, Margaret, 256 ; Eich- 
ard, 256. 

Hard wick, Ann, 139 ; John, 68 ; 
Maria, 68 ; Mary, 68 ; — , 186. 

Harewell, 40. 

Harewell, Anne, 41 ; Jane, 128 ; 
John, 41 ; Joyce, 132. 

Ilarffdd, IS, 19. 

Hariffeild, Agnes, 19; John, 19. 

Harlackington, Ann, 175 ; 
Eoger, 175. 

Harley, Sir John, 163. 

Harman, Anne, 89 ; Mary, 97 ; 
Sir William, 89. 

Harmer, Anne, 261; John, 261; 
Eichard, 197, 261 ; William, 
146. 

Harper, Alice, 161, 270 ; Eliza- 
beth, 16 ; Jane, 269 ; Mary, 
74 ; Sir William, 161 ; Wil- 
liam, 269. 

Harrington, Catherine, 175 ; 
John, 175. 

Haheis, 77, 254 ; Anne, 77, 78 ; 
Dorothy, 77, 79 ; Edmund, 

77 ; Edward, 77, 7S ; Eleanor, 
77; Elizabeth, 77, 78, 254; 
Frances, 77 ; Giles, 254 ; H., 
79 ; Humphrey. 78 ; Joane, 
77; John, 78, 254; Judith, 
254 ; Margaret, 77 ; Nicholas. 

78 ; Eichard, 77, 78 ; Sarah, 
120 ; Susan, 77 ; Thomas. 77, 
78, 254. 

Harrison, Elizabeth, 109 ; Wil- 
liam, 109. 
Hart, Sir John, 34 ; John, 198, 

284 ; Judith, 34 ; Margaret, 

234. 
Hartley, Sir John, 163. 
Harvey, Anne, 169 ; Elizabeth, 

155 ; Nicholas, 155, 169 ; 

William, Clarenceux, 64, 119. 
Harwell, Agnes, 217 ; Edmund, 

226 ; Edward, 226 ; Eleanor, 

226 ; Gilbert, 226 ; Margaret. 

205; Matilda, 226; Maude, 226. 
Haselwood, Eleanor, 219. 
Hastinge, Elizabeth, 219 ; John, 

219. 
Hastings, Edward, Lord, 89 ; 

Mary, 20, 90 ; Sir William, 89. 
Hatch, Eichard, 197. 
Hatheway, — , 41. 
Hatley, Frances, 252; John, 252. 
Hatway, Marian, 13, 
Haunce, Isabel, 17 ; John, 17. 
Havad, Alice, 179; John Lloyd, 

Haven, Eichard, 269 ; Susan, 
269. 

Eaviland, 78. 

Haviland, 78 ; Amy, 78 ; Ann, 
78 ; Christopher, 78 ; Eliza- 
beth, 78 ; Florence, 78 ; James, 
78 ; Jane, 78 ; John, 78 ; 
Mary, 78 ; Matthew, 78 ; 
Nathaniel, 78 ; Eobert, 78 ; 
William, 78. 

Hawker, Frances, 16 ; Thomas, 
16. 



29G 



TUB VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Hawkeslow, Thomas, 2. 
Han'ltesmorth, 79. 
Hawkeswoeth, 79 ; Anne, 79 
Christian, 79 ; Dorothy, 79 
Elizabeth, 79; Joane", 79 
John, 79 ; Margaret, 79 ; Mar- 
tha, 79 ; Mary, 79 ; Peter, 
79 ; Richard, 79 ; Eobert, 79 
Eosamond, 79 ; Sarah, 79 
Thomas, 79 ; Walter, 79 
William, 79. 
Harvkitis, HS. 

Hawkins. Etheldred, lil ; Isa- 
bel, 4 ; James, 198 ; Joane, 
19: Mary, 148; Richard, 19; 
William, 198. 

Hawkston, Ankarett, 263. 
Hawley, — , Clarenoeux, 64, 219. 

Hajdon, Eleanor, 20.5 ; Sir 
Henry, 205 ; —, 123. See 
Heydon. 

Haynes, Catherine. 169 ; Chris- 
tian, 79 ; Dorothy, 173 ; Ed- 
ward, 42 : Frances, 224 ; Jane, 
147 ; John, 123 ; Marv, 123 ; 
Richard, 79. 169, 173 ;" Rosa- 
mund, 42 ; William, 224. 

Hayward, Albinia, 182 ; Anne, 
20, 18.5 ; Catherine, 127 ; 
Christian, 164 ; Elizabeth, 
15 ; Giles, 197 ; John, 15, 127; 
Margaret, 218 ; Sir Rowland, 
164 ; Thomas, 197 ; William, 
197. See Heyward. 

Hazard, Henry, 63. 

Heberer, William, 72. 

Sedley, 40. 

Hedley, Margaret, 40. 

Heiron, Anne, 212; John, 212 ; 
Lawrence, 212. 

Hell, Elizabeth, 217; Harvey, 
217. 

Helmes, Eleanor, 19. 

Helyon, 169. 

HelyoQ, Anne, 170. 

Henborow, Maud, 234 ; Tho- 
mas, 234. 

Henbury, Richard, 16. 

Heneage, Amy, 135 ; Ann, 129 ; 
Elizabeth. 135 ; Sir Thomas, 
129, 135. ■ 

Henman. Denis, 100 ; William. 
100. 

Heury I. of England, Alice, 
wife of, 275. 

Henry, John, 155 ; Mary, 155. 

Herbert, Blanch, 267 ; Sir 
Charles, 267; Clarvasius, 240 ; 
Gervase, 238 ; John, 197, 242 ; 
Mary, 8; Richard, 218; Sarah, 
218 ; Sir Thomas, 267 ; Sir 
William, 8, 267. See Har- 
bert. 

Hereford, Bridget, 154 ; Cathe- 
rine, 195 ; Mary, 270 ; Roger, 
195. 

Herle, Sir Andrew, 257, 258 ; 
Andrew, 215 ; Julian, 215, 
257 ; Matilda, 215. 

HemoTS, Margery, 154. 

Hert. ■ See Hart. 



Heydon, Roger, 28 ; Thomas, 
28. See Haydon. 

Heytesbury, Sir John, 87 : John, 
87 ; Maud, 87. 

Heyimrd, 126. 

Heyward, Anne, 17 ; Elizabeth, 
15 ; Joane, 253 ; John, 15, 
106, 253 ; Lawrence, 198 ; 
Lucy, 253 ; William, 253. 

Heywood, John, 247; Mary, 247. 

Hickford, Anne, 107; John, 107. 

Iiiel<s, 80. 

Hicks, 80 ; Anne, 81 ; Arthur, 
80 ; Sir Baptist, Viscount 
Campden, 80 ; Baptist, 80 ; 
Christian, 81, 160 ; Clement, 
81 ; Elizabeth, 80, 81 : John, 
80, 81, 160; Julian, SO ; Mary, 
80 ; Sir Michael, 81 ; Nicho- 
las, 81 ; Nixon, 81 : Robert, 

80 ; Thomas, 80, 198 ; Ursula. 
SO ; Sir William, 81 ; Wil- 
liam, SO. 

Higford, Bridget, 270; Doro- 
thy, 44, 140 ; Elizabeth, 88 ; 
John, 44, 103,140,270; Mar- 
garet, 103. 

Higgins, Edward, 198 ; Robert, 
109. 

Biggs. 81. 

HiGGS, 81; Alice, 38 ; Ann. 81; 
Clement, 81 ; Elizabeth, 81 ; 
Judith, 81 ; Mary, 81 ; Rich- 
ard, 197 ; Robert, 38 ; Susan, 

81 ; Thomas, 81, 197 ; Wil- 
liam, 81. 

Hill, Abigail, 152 ; Alice, 33 ; 
Anne, 82 ; Edward, 30. 82, 
149. 197 ; Eleanor, 84 ; Eliza- 
beth, 82, 149. 1 86. 258 ; Helen, 
101 ; Hester, 82 : Isabel. 84 ; 
Joane, 261 ; John, 33, 82, 99, 
186, 198 ; Joyce, 156, 157 ; 
Julian. 230 ; Justian, 30 ; 
Margaret. 30, 52, 127 ; Mary, 
30 : Mercy, 99 ; Merril. 82 ; 
Moore. 261; Philip. 82; Rich- 
ard, 101, 156, 167: Thomas, 
82, 258 : T., 84 ; William, 30, 
84, 152, 258 ; Winifred, 30. 

Hill alias Hvll. 82. 

Hill alias Hull, 82 ; Allan, 

82 ; Edward, 82 ; Elizabeth, 
82 ; Julian, 82 ; Mary, 82 ; 
Morris, 82 ; Thomas, 82. See 
Hull. 

Hiiuvn, 82. 

HiNSON, 82 ; Anne, 82 ; Elea- 
nor, S3 ; Elizabeth, 83 ; Mar- 
garet, 83 ; Mary, 83, 104 ; 
Rebecca, 83, 105 ; Thomas, 
82, 83, 104, 105 ; William, S3. 

Hinton, Elizabeth, 116 ; GrufE- 
eth, 116 ; Katherine, 261. 

Histings, Mary, 20. 

Hitch, Margaret, 43 ; William, 
43. 

Hitchins. Elizabeth, 172 ; Grim- 
bald, 172. 

Hitchman, Joane, 222. 

Hobbes, Anne, 219 ; Davy, 219. 



Hobby, Elizabeth, 157 ; Kathe- 
rine, 140 ; Mary, 167 ; Wil- 
liam, 140, 167. 
Hodges, Adrina, 250 ; Ann, 85, 
250 ; Anthony, 198 ; Cathe- 
rine, 83, 174 ; Edward. 35 ; 
Elizabeth, 185, 250 ; Emma, 
159; Jane, 35; John, 159; 
Marv, 282 ; Robert, 2S2 ; 
Thomas, 35. 83, 159 ; William, 
250. 
Hodington, 182, 271, 274. 
Hodington, Agnes. 272, 277 ; 
Baldwin, 271, 276 ; Jane, 272, 
277 ; Johanna, 271, 272, 276, 
277; John, 271, 277 ; Lucy, 
271, 276 ; Margaret, 271, 277 ; 
Richard, 271, 276 ; Thomas. 
272, 277 ; Walter, 272, 277. 
Hogard, Sir Andrew, 268 ; Anne, 

268. 
Holbeach, Barbara, 47 ; John, 

47. 
Holder, John, 147 ; Sarah, 147. 
HoLFOED, 83; Agnes, 240; 
Alden, 83 ; Anne, 83 ; Cathe- 
rine, 83 ; Eleanor. 83 ; Henry, 
S3 ; Hester. 83 ; Jane, 83 ; 
Mary, 83 ; Richard, S3 ; Tho- 
mas, 83 ; Walter, 83. 
Holl, Jestyn ap Owen ap, 113. 
HoU ap Eees ap Tewdor, Mar- 
garet, 114. 
Holland, Margaret, 224 ; Oliver, 

224; Rachel, 158. 
Holloway, Catherine, 173 ; John, 

173. 
Hollyday. Edward. 123 ; Elea- 
nor, 58 ; Rose, 123 ; William, 
.58. 
Holman, John, 142 ; Margaret, 

142. 
Holmden, Edward, 38; Margery, 

38. 
Holmes, Walter. 35. 
Holt, 45. 

Holt, Agnes, 46 ; Catherine, 46 ; 
Ellen, 46 ; Eve, 46 ; Geffrey, 
46 ; John, 46 ; Margaret, 46 ; 
Sir Richard, 45 ; Richard, 46 ; 
William, 46 ; — , 157. 
Holtam, John, 282. 
Huolte, 84. 

HOOKE, 84 ; Alice. 84 ; Anne, 
84 ; Christopher, 84 ; Edward, 
84 ; Eleanor, 84 ; Elizabeth, 
84 ; Guy, 84 ; Isabel, 84 ; 
Johane, 84 ; John, 84 ; Mar- 
garet, 84 ; Richard, 84 ; Tho- 
mas, 84 ; William, 84. 
Hooper, Anne, 229. 
Hoorc, 40. 
Hoore, — , 4(1. 

Hopkins, Joane, 208. 

Hopton, Agues, 32 ; Anne, 32 ; 

Margaret, 164 ; Maria, 237 ; 

Sir Owen, 237 ; Ralph, Lord, 

164 ; Thomas, 32 ; William, 

32. 
Horgan, Margaret, 86. 



297 



Home, Joane, 23 ; John, 23 ; 

Mary. 23. 
Horneys, Margaret, 151. 
Horsley, Mabel, 181 ; William, 

181. 
Hor.sman, Ann, 222 ; Anthony, 

177 ; Elizabeth, 177 ; Henry, 

222. 
Horte, Joane, 39 ; William, 39. 
Ilnrton, 84, So. 
HouTON, 84 ; Anne, 47, 84, 85 ; 

Edward, 85 ; Elizabeth, 84, 

85 ; Jane, 85 ; Jeremias, 84 ; 
Joane, 141 ; Sir John, 85 ; 
John, 85, 141 ; Mary, 84 ; 
Penelope, 85 ; Eobert, 85 ; 
Thomas, 84, 85 ; William, 47, 
85. 

Horvvood, Ann, 99 ; Margaret, 
21 ; Thomas, 21. 

Hoskins, Charles, 242 ; Eliza- 
beth, 202 ; James, 202 ; Jane, 
242 ; Thomas, 242. 

Hotot, Elizabeth, 272, 276 ; Wil- 
liam, 272, 27G. 

Howell, Alice, 35 ; Christian, 
156; Elizabeth, 201,202. 260; 
John, 30 ; Margaret, ]5C ; 
Mar.y, 30 ; Richard. 156, 260 ; 
Robert ap, 201 ; William ap, 
202. 

Howell ap Eignion, Joane, 188. 

Howell ap Evan Sais, Joane, 
180. 

Howell ap Grono, Cradock ap, 
114 ; Gwenlian, 114. 

Howell ap Howell Grant, Gwen- 
lian, 104. 

Howell ap Jevan, John ap, 179 ; 
Maud, 179; William ap John 
ap, 179. 

Howell ap Eice, William ap, 
179. 

Hubband, Elizabeth, 137 ; Kioh- 
ard, 137. 

IliuliJrfniJ, i:in. i.i.n. 

lliid.lrlVil.l, Lallicrinc, 134; 
i:ii/;,I.f.tli. 1J:i. 1:;4 ; Mar- 
caret, i:;:;; sir WiUiam, 129, 
133, 134. 

Hiuldy, John, 14 ; Margaret, 
14 ; Richard, 14. 

JTiidUstiin, 254. 

HUDLESTON, 254; Sir Anthony, 
254 ; Bridget, 254 ; Eleanor, 
254 ; Elizabeth, 49 ; George, 
254 ; Henry, 254 ; Sir John, 
49, 254 ; Richard, 254 ; Roger, 
254 ; WiUiam, 254. 

Jliuifvrd. 85. 

HuGFOijo, 85 ; Abraham, 86 ; 
Amu'.si; : Ilridgct. 86 ; Doro- 
tliv.sr, : Kdward.Si; ; Eleanor, 
yr,'; Kli.uiljuLh, S6; George, 

86 ; Isabel. 66 ; Jane, 86 ; 
John. 85, 86, 103; Joyce. 86 ; 
Margaret, 86, 103, 238, 240 ; 
Mary, 86 ; Matilda, 86 ; Ro- 
bert, 86; Thomas, 86, 238, 
240 ; William, 86. 

Hughes, Anne, 81. 



Hall, Edmond, 24 ; Elizabeth, 
264 ; Joane, 24 ; Mary, 48 ; 
Thomas, 264. Stc Hill. 

Humphrey, Cassandra, 245 : 
William, 245. 

Humphreys, Isabel, 8. 

HuKGEEFOED, 87 ; Alleyne, 
87 ; Anna, 90, 91 ; Anne, 60, 
67, 87-91 ; Sir Anthony, 86, 
88-90 ; Anthony, 88, 89 ; 
Atilia, 90 ; Barbara, 88, 89 ; 
Bridget, 87, 89; Catherine, 
87-90, 277 ; Charles, 88 ; 
Christian, 59, 87, 88, 277 ; 
Diswell, 91 ; Dixwellus, 91 ; 
Dorothy, 88-90 ; Sir Edmund, 
87 ; Edmund, 87, 88, 90 ; Sir 
Edward, 87, 89, 90. 277 ; Ed- 
ward, 87-91 ; Eleanor, SS-90 ; 
Elizabeth, 24. 56. 87-90, 272, 
277. 279, 282 ; Frances, 88 ; 
Friswold, 89 ; George, 88-91 ; 
Grace, 87 ; Hannah, 91 ; 
Henry, 88, 89 ; Isabel, 86. 90 ; 
Jane, 87-91 ; Joane, 90 ; Sir 
John, 9, 24, 88-90, 93, 272, 
277, 279, 282 ; John, 56, 87- 

90, 282 ; Judith, 88 ; Letitia, 
90; Lucy, 90; Margaret, 24, 
87-89, 277 ; Maria. 90, 91 ; 
Martha, 90, 91 ; Mary, 9, 87- 

91, 121 ; Maud, 87 ; Mercy, 
90 ; Philippa, 87 ; Rachel, 
89 ; Richard, 87, 89 ; Robert, 
Earl, 89 ; Sir Robert, 89 ; 
Robert, 87, 88, 277; Susan, 
89. 90 ; Sir Thomas, 24, 86, 

87, 89, 277 ; Thomas, 87, 88, 
91, 121; Walter, Lord, 87, 

88, 90, 277 ; Sir Walter, 87, 

89, 90 ; Walter, 67, 87, 88, 91 ; 
Sir William, 87. 

Hunt, Isabel, 202 ; Rowland, 
202. 

Hunter alias Pcrij, 91. 

Hunter rtZias Pert, 91 ; Hugh, 
92 ; Jane, 91 ; Jo.ane, 92 ; 
John, 91 ; Margery, 92 ; Re- 
becca, 92 ; Eobert, 92 ; Sam- 
uel, 92 ; Thomas, 91, 92. &e 
Perry. 

Huntli)/, 92. 

HirxTLEY, 92, 94; Alice, 93, 
94 ; Ann, 93-95, 208 ; An- 
selm, 93. 274 ; Anthony, 94 ; 
Bridget, 94 ; Catherine. 93, 
94 ; Constance, 94, 95 ; Doro- 
thy, 93 ; Edward, 94 : Eleanor, 

94, 273, 278 ; Elizabeth, 94, 

95, 163 ; Frances, 25, 95 ; 
Francis. 94; George, 93-95, 
273, 278 ; Henry, 93, 94 ; 
James, 93 ; Jane. 93, 94, 208 ; 
Jcauc, 94, 96, 208 ; John, 93- 
95 ; Judith, 61 ; Mary, 94, 
208, 274 ; Matthew, 95 ; Sil- 
vester, 93 ; Thomas, 94, 208 ; 
Walter. 93 ; William, 93-95, 
163 ; — , 27, 278. 

Hurst, 74. 

Huse, Anthony, 100. 



Husse, John, 233 ; Margaret, 
233 ; William, 233. 

Husscy, 24, 40. 

Hussey, Dorothy, 213 ; Sir Ed- 
mund, 87 ; Sir Edward, 87 ; 
Elizabeth, 128, 132 ; Erne- 
burga, 40 ; Giles, 24, 213 ; 
Henry, 128, 132 ; Isabel, 90 ; 
Jane, 87 ; John, Lord, 90 ; 
Sir John, 24 ; Margaret, 24 ; 
William, 24. 

Hutton, Eleanor, 116 ; Mary, 
214 ; Thomas, 116. 

Hyde, Anne, 43 ; Thomas, 43. 

Hyder, Archibald, 81 ; Susan, 
81. 

Hyethman, Joane, 222. 

Hyctt. 74. 

Hyett, 254 ; Blanch, 212 ; 
Christopher, 254 ; Elizabeth, 
254 ; Emma, 2 ; Frances, 254 ; 
George, 254 ; Isabel, 251 ; 
James, 74, 212 ; Jaques, 254 ; 
Jane, 254 ; Joane, 2, 74 ; 
John, 2, 251 ; Joyce, 254 ; 
Richard, 2 ; Roger, 2 : Simon, 
254; Thomas, 212, 254; Wil- 
liam, 2 ; — , 178. 

Hyron, Elizabeth, 254; Wil- 
liam, 254. 



Hes, Edith, 56 ; Richard, 56 ; 

Thomas, 56. 
Inge, Elizabeth, 274 ; Ferdi- 

nando, 274. 
Ingleby, Sir George, 281 ; Jane, 

273, 279, 281 ; Sir William, 

273,279. 
Ingram, Anne, 166 ; Anthony, 

89 ; Dorothy, 89 ; Elizabeth, 

195 ; Richard, 195 ; William, 

166. 
Isaac, — , 133. 
Isabel, Queen, 126. 
Isham, — , 4. 
Islev, Alice, 141 ; Sir Henry, 

141. 
Ive, Anne, 57 ; Sir George, 57. 
Ivey, Eleanor, 26 ; Elizabeth, 

95; Thomas, 26,95; —,278. 
Ivon Seys, Ilyke de, 98. 
Izod, 95. 
IzoD, 95 ; Ann, 95 ; Catherine, 

95 ; Christian, 95 ; Dorothy, 

95 ; Elizabeth, 95 ; Francis, 

95, 195, 196 ; Henry, 95 ; John, 

95 ; Mary, 95, 195, 196. 



Jackman, Alice, 161; Thomas, 

161. 
Jackson alias Booth, Catherine, 

95 ; Christian, 95. 
James, Ann, 191 ; Edmund, 

261; Elizabeth, 86 ; Jane, 

261 ; John, 86 ; Selwyn, 191. 



298 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Jane, John, 198 ; Thomas, 197. 

Jay, Eleanor, 26; John, 154; 
Thomas, 26. 

Jeffreis, Ann, 5 ; John, 5. 

Jelf, Anne, 259. 

Jenkin alias Winston, John, 
181. See Wiuston. 

Jennings, John, 30; Thomas, 30. 

Jennor, Andrew, 148 ; Grisegon, 
148 ; Sir Kenelm, 148. 

Jermyn. See Germin. 

Jestin, Lyon ap, 98. 

Jestyu ap Owen ap Holl, 113. 

Jevan, Howell ap, 179. 

Jidcott. See Judcott. 

Joanes. See Jones. 

Johnes, Ann, 46 ; Thomas, 46. 

Johns ap Ellis ap Griffith, 96. 

Jolinson, 97. 

Johnson, 97 ; Anne, 97 ; Ar- 
thur, 97 ; Bartholomew, 97 ; 
Edmund, 97 ; Edward, 97 ; 
Elizabeth, 97, 133 ; Frances, 
97 ; Harman, 97 ; Henry, 97 ; 
Isabel, 97 ; John, 103 ; Mar- 
g.iret, 97, 138 ; Mary, 97, 
103 ; Eichard, 138 ; Sauren, 
133 ; Silvester, 97 ; Thomas, 
97 ; Timothy, 97 ; William, 
97. 

Jones, 96. 

Jones, 96 ; Anthony, 96 ; 
Arthur, 96 ; Bridget, ^6 ; 
Charles, 96 ; Elizabeth, 96, 
184, 219; Emma, 23; Gilbert, 
96 ; Giles, 96 ; Henry, 96 ; Her- 
bert, 96 ; Hugh, 96 ; Jane, 96 ; 
Joane. 96, 103; John, 96,252 ; 
Julian, 82 : Martha, 252 ; 
Mary, 96 ; Philip, 103 ; Pris- 
cilla, 252 ; Prudence. 96 ; 
Kachel, 89 ; Eice, 89 ; Eich- 
ard. 82, 219 ; Sarah, 96 ; 
Thomas. 96 ; William, 74, 96. 

Jonet, Alice, 232 ; Walter, 232. 

Jordan, Robert, 10; Susanna, 10. 

Joscelin of LouTaine, 275. 

Joskins, Elizabeth, 202 ; James, 
202. 

Josselyn, Joyce, 5 ; Eichard, 5. 

Joyce, Anne, 91 ; Elizabeth, 
280 ; Ferdinando, 280 ; Sir 
John, 13 ; John. 13 ; Lettice, 
13 : Margaret, 13 ; Philip, 13 ; 
Eichard, 13 ; Eobert, 13 ; 
William, 13. 

Judcott, Elizabeth, 115 ; John, 
115. 

Judde. Andrew, 273, 278; Cathe- 
rine, 273, 278. 



Karne, Sir Edward, 93 ; Jane, 

Keke, Elizabeth, 215 ; John,215, 
Kelway, Jane. 204 ; Eobart, 

204. 
Kemype, Elizabeth, 16. 
Kemys, 97.^ 



Kemts, 97 ; Agnes, 98 ; Alice 

98 ; Anna, 98 ; Anne, 99, 257 
258 ; Arthur, 98, 99, 257, 258 
Bridget, 21, 94, 112 ; Cathe- 
rine, 99, 163; Elizabeth, 98 

99 ; Florence, 155 ; Fortune. 
51 ; Garward, 98 ; Giles, 155 ' 
Grissell, 98 ; Hugh, 98, 99 
Ilyke, 98 ; Isabel, 99 ; Ivan 
98 ; Jane, 24, 98 ; Jenett, 98 
Jenkin, 98, 102 ; Jevan, 98 
Joane, 50. 98, 99 ; John, 24, 
50, 94, 98, 163 ; Joneda, 98 ; 
Krisle, 98 ; Margaret, 50, 98, 
99, 102 ; Mary, 99 ; Mercy! 
99 ; Morris, 98 ; Nest, 98 ; 
Eeignold, 98 ; Eisle, 98 
Eoger, 98, 99 ; Sarah, 99 
Thomas, 98, 99 ; Walter, 99 
William, 51, 98, 99. 

KcniR-ard, 97. 

Keniward, Jane, 98 ; John, 98. 

Kenn, Christopher, 73 ; Isabel, 
170; Margaret, 73. 

Kennedy, Elizabeth, 237 ; Sir 
John, 237. 

Kennells, Anne, 263. 

Kerle, Francis, 166; Hester, 166. 

Kerne, Edward, 119 ; Mary, 119. 

Kerry, Alice, 107. 

Ketford, Eichard, 208. 

Kcttleby, 260. 

Kettleby, 260 ; Andrew, 117, 
2C1; Anne, 261; Charles, 261; 
Francis, 261 ; George, 261 ; 
Henry, 93, 261 ; Isabel, 93, 
261 ; Jane, 117, 261; John, 
77, 261 ; Joyce. 261 ; Julian, 
261 ; Margaret. 77, 261 ; Mary, 
261 ; Eichard, 261 ; Thomas, 
261 ; William, 261. 

Keveliock, Agnes, 276 ; Ber- 
truda, 275 ; Hugh, Earl of 
Chester. 275 ; Joane, 170 ; 
John, 170; Mabel, 276 ; Ma- 
tilda, 276. 

Kctelior, 182. 

Keyns, Anne, 257 ; Arthur, 257. 

Keys, Anue, 44 ; Barbara, 44 ; 
Frances, 44 ; John, 44 ; M.ary, 
44 ; Walter, 44 : William, 44. 

Kiddall. Elizabeth, 203 ; Tho- 
mas, 203. 

Kidwelly, Lawrence, 16. 

Kiffin, Jeffery, 115 ; Joane, 115. 

Kilcoops, or Kilcope, Catherine, 
239 ; Clement, 239, 240 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 240; Katherine, 240. 

Killohill, Jane, 222. 

King, Sarah, 152. 

Kingescott, 99. 

Kikgescott, 99 ; Alice, 100 ; 
Aiken, 100 ; Ann, 99 ; An- 
thony, 100; Catherine. 99, 100; 
Christopher, 100 ; Deynes, 
100; Dorothy, 100; Eliza- 
beth, 99, 100, 214 ; Henry, 
100; Jane, 100; Jo.aue, 100 
John, 100; Margaret, 99, 100 
Mary, 100 ; Matthew, 100 
Nicholas, 100 ; Kachel, 100 



Sarah, 100; Silvester, 100 
Thomas, 99, 100,214 ; Troyo- 
lus, 100 ; William, 99, 100 
Winifred, 100. 

Kingsmead, — , 235. 

Kingston, 172. 

Kingston, Ann, 203 ; Anthony 
167 ; Catherine, 100 ; Ed 
mond, 203 ; Eleanor, 167 
George, 100; Hawise, 172 
William, 14. 

Kirkeby, Frances, 156 ; Tho- 

Kirley, John, 110; Margaret, 
110. 

KirtOD, Anne, 54 ; Stephen, 54. 

Kitchen, Mary, 78 ; Robert, 78. 

Knell, Jane, 123 ; William, 123. 

Knevett, Lucy, 66 ; Thomas, 66. 

Knight, Alice, 241 ; Arthon, 
264 ; Catherine, 138 ; Fr.an- 
cis, 138; Henry,241;— , 117. 

Knightley, Eleanor, 162; Mary, 
64; Eichard, 162 ; Thomas, 64. 

Knocker, Alice, 164 ; Arthur, 
164. 

Knoi-ille, 182, 271, 274. 

Knoville, Johanna, 271, 276 ; 
Sir John, 271, 276. 

Knowell, Elizabeth, 183 ; Tho- 
mas, 183. 

Knowles, Dorothy, 237 ; Wil- 
liam, Lord, 237. 

Knowsell, Isabel, 66. 

Kuddall, Elizabeth, 203 ; Tho- 
mas, 203. 

Kynn, 226. 

Kynn, 226 ; Ann. 226 ; Cathe- 
rine, 226 ; Edward, 226 
Eleanor, 226; Elizabeth, 226 
George, 226: Giles. 226; Guy, 
226 ; Jane, 226 ; Joane, 226 
Margaret, 226 ; Marjory, 226 
Matilda, 226 ; Maude, 226 
Eobert, 226 ; Susan, 226 
Thomas, 226. 

Kynnjllyn, Dorothy, 74 ; John 
74. 



Lacey, Christopher, 60 ; Henry, 
262 ; Johanna, 262 ; Margaret, 
60 ; Mary, 155 ; Nicholas, 155. 

Lambert, Anne, 53 ; Eobert, 53. 

Lamme, Anne, 16 ; Joyce, 16. 

Lancaster, Judith, 181 ; Roger, 
181. 

Lancastle, Stephen, 16. 

Lander, Elizabeth, 253. 

Lane, 100. 

Lane, 100; Anne, 101, 102 
Bridget, 101 ; Capt.. 101 
Dorothy, 101 ; Edward, 101 
Eleanor, 101, 145; Elizabeth: 
101, 102 ; Emanuel, 101 
Francis, 102 ; George, 101 
Harriet, 101 ; Helen, 101 
Hester, 101 ; Jane, 30, 101 
John, 101 ; Jossell, 101 



299 



Katherine, 101, 102 ; Law- 
rence, 101, 102 ; Lettice, 101 ; 
Margaret, 101, 245 : Martha, 

101 ; Mary, 101, 102 ; Matilda, 
or Maud, 100. 101 ; Nicholas, 
101, 102; Richard, 101, 102; 
Robert, 101 ; Roger, 245 ; 
Thomas, 100-102 ; Walter, 

101, 102 : William, 101, 102. 
Laager,Anne,173; Thomas,173. 
Langford, Alice, 268 ; Mary, 

53. 
Langley, 93, 102, 155, 285. 
Lahgley, 102, 255 ; Alexander, 

102 ; Alice, 93, 91, 110 ; 
Anne, 88, 103 ; Catherine, 39, 

102, 103, 156 ; Christian, 93, 
255 ; Cicely, 103 ; Edith, 104 ; 
Edmond, 93, 94 ; Elizabeth, 
14, 102, 103 ; Sir Geoffrey, 

92, 255 ; Geofirey, 255 ; Giles, 

102, 103 ; Helen, 102 ; Sir 
Henry. 156 ; Humphrey, 102 ; 
Isabel, 93, 261 ; James, 102 ; 
Jane, 103 ; Joane, 93, 103, 
255 ; John, 92, 93, 103, 255 ; 
Margaret, 102. 103 ; Mary, 93, 

103, 219 ; Matilda, or Maud, 
93 ; Penelope, 103 ; Philip, 
39, 103,219; Sir Ralph, 102 ; 
Ralph, 102 ; Sir Richard, 93 ; 
Stephen, 102 ; Thomas, 103, 
156; Tobias, 103, 219; Wal- 
ter, 88, 93, 94, 255 ; William, 

93, 103, 110. 

Langston, Alice, 141 ; Amy, 
241 ; Elizabeth, 241 ; Jane, 
28 ; John, 241 ; Nicholas, 
28; Thomas, 141. 

Langton, 182, 271, 273, 274, 278. 

Langton, Catherine, 273, 278 ; 
Eleanor, 273, 278 ; Isabella, 
273,278; Sir John, 273, 278 ; 
John, 206, 273, 278 ; Mary, 
206, 273, 278 ; Sir Thomas, 
273, 278 ; Thomas, 273, 278. 

Large, Alice, 220 ; Elizabeth, 
73 ; Jane, 173 ; Jenkin, 199 ; 
John, 173, 220 ; Morris, 39 ; 
Susan, 173. 

Larous, Johanna, 271,276; Sir 
Roger, 271, 276. 

Lathebrooke, Alice, 23. 

Latimer, Lord, 211. 

Latton, Anne, 24, 56 ; Dorothy, 
90, 265 ; John. 56, 90, 175, 
265 ; Susan, 175, 265 ; Wil- 
liam, 24. 

Laughton, Alice, 141 ; Thomas, 
141. 

La Warre, Emma, 1. 

Lawes, Elizabeth, 217 ; George, 
16 ; Stephen, 16. 

Lawnson, John, 106. 

Lawrence, 103. 

Lawrence, 103, 255 ; Anna, 
104; Anne, 103, 104, 146, 
255 ; Anne CoUes, 104 ; An- 
thony, 103, 104, 140 ; Arthur, 
255 ; Calpeper, 104 ; Chris- 
topher, 255 ; Dionisia, 104 ; 



Edmund, 255 ; Edward. 255 ; 
Eleanor, 103, 157. 255 ; Eliza- 
beth, 104, 140, 252, 255 ; 
Francis, 104, 255 ; Gabriel, 
255 ; Guy, 198 ; Henry, 255 ; 
Hester, 104 ; Isaac, 104 ; 
James, 255 ; Jane, 255 ; Sir 
John, 10 ; John, 104 ; Kathe- 
rine, 104 ; Margaret, 103, 104 ; 
Mary, 83, 104, 255 ; Michael, 
255 ; Nicholas, 104 ; Peter, 
255 ; Richard, 255 ; Robert, 
103, 157 ; Sarah, 104 ; Savaore, 
255 ; Susanna, 104 ; William, 
83, 103, 104, 252, 255. 

Leake, Elizabeth, 5 ; Sir John, 5. 

Le Bon, 263. 

Le Bon, Claudius, 263 ; Orian, 
263. 

Lee, Catherine, 9 ; Sir Foulke, 
115 ; Jane, 115 ; Rowland, 
9 ; Thomas, 80 ; Ursula, 80. 

Leech, Richard, 23. 

Legatt, Mary, 25 ; Thomas, 25. 

Legge, Frances, 259 ; William, 
259. 

Leicester, Anne, 154. 

Leigh, Mary, 20 ; William, 20. 

Le Long. See Chursdon. 

Lemahu, Margaret, 204. 

Lewis, Blanch, 67 ; David, 188 ; 
Elizabeth, 242 ; George, 242 ; 
Martha, 79 ; William, 79. 

Lewknor, Ellen, 125 ; Margaret, 
175 ; Nicholas, 175. 

Light, Constance, 95 ; Thomas, 

Ligon. See Lygon. 

Lilley, Elizabeth, 157; Richard, 

157. 
Lining, Elizabeth, 202 ; Sir 

Nicholas, 202. 
Limburgh, Margaret of. 275. 
Limerich. Sec Lymmerick.i 
Limiter, George, 166 ; Mary, 

166. 
Lincoln, Edward, Earl of, 237 ; 

William, Earl of, 275. 
Lingen, Henry, 69 ; Isabel, 69 ; 

John, 69. 
Lklcy, 93. 
Lisley, Joane, 93 ; John, Lord, 

115; John, 93, 129,133; Mar- 
garet, 129, 133 ; — , 89. 
Lison, Elizabeth, 8 ; Henry, 8. 
Littleton, Bridget, 167 ; John, 

167. 
Llewellin, Alexander, 269 ; 

Eleanor, 269 ; Margaret, 103 ; 

William, 103. 
Llewellin ap Bledere, 98. 
Lloyd. 104. 
Lloyd, 104; Adre, 105 ; Alice, 

104 ; Ann, 105, 169; Deborah, 

105 ; Elizabeth, 105, 116 : 
Evan, 104 ; George, 105 ; 
Gwenlian, 104 ; Hannah, 105 ; 
Isabel, 105 ; Jane, 29, 104, 
105 ; John, 105, 116 ; Joseph, 
105 ; Margaret, 116 ; Mary, 
105, 116; Noye, 105; Oliver, 



116 ; Rebecca, 83, 105 ; Rich- 
ard. 104, 116 ; Susannah, 105 ; 
Thomas, 83, 105, 169 ; Tho- 
masiue, 105 ; Walter. 105 ; 
Watkin, 104. 

Lloyd ap Ellis, Griffith, 96. 

Lloyd ap Gronow, Jenkin, 104. 

London, Stephen, 35. 

Long, Alice, 241 ; Arrthony, 
241 ; Dorothy, 100 ; Sir Ed- 
ward, 88 ; Edward, 47 ; Fran- 
ces, 88 ; Sir Henry, 88, 241 ; 
Joane, 216 ; Margery, 88 ; 
Susan, 47 ; Sir Thomas, 216 ; 
William, 100. See Chursdon. 

Longden, Alderman, 102 ; Alice, 
141 ; Thomas, 141. 

Longlands, Sir Hugh, 205 ; 
Margaret, 205. 

Lorraine, Godfrey, Earl of, 275 ; 
Henry, Earl of, 275. 

Loudham, 155. 

Loudham, Isabel, 155 ; Mar- 
garet, 156 ; Ralph, 155. 

Louvaine, Joscelia of, 275. 

Love, Anne, 70 ; Elizabeth, 71 ; 
Simon, 71. 

Lovell, Sir Francis, 237 ; Fran- 
cis, 237; Mary, 237; Wil- 
liam, Lord, 246. 

Loveyne, 246. 

Loveyne, Margaret, 246 ; Sir 
Nicholas, 246. 

Lowe, Anne, 60 ; Elizabeth, 60 ; 
Frances, 60 ; Francis, 60 ; Sir 
Gabriel, 60 ; Gabriel, 60 ; 
Margaret. 60 ; Mary, 60 ; 
Michael, 60 ; Simon, 60 ; Sir 
Thomas. 60 ; Thomas, 60 ; Sir 
Timothy, 60. See Fifield. 

Lucy, Barbara, 165 ; Bertruda, 
275 ; Dorothy, 4 ; Elizabeth, 
89 ; Godfrey, Lord, 275 ; Jane, 
29 ; Joyce, 4 ; Lucy, 45 ; Sir 
Thomas, 4, 45, 89 ; Thomas, 
4, 165. 

Ludiatt, Jane. 240. 

Lvpm, 182, 271, 274. 

Lusque, Frances, 97. 

Luton, Elizabeth, 154. 

Lydcott, Judith, 66; Robert, 
66. 

Lygon, Anne, 222 ; Sir Arnold, 
206 ; Eleanor, 12, 51 ; Eliza- 
beth, 12, 118, 148, 206, 207, 
222 ; Grace, 57 ; Henry, 206 ; 
Isabel, 206, 207 ; John, 37 ; 
Michael, 222 ; Sir Richard, 
145, 222 ; Richard, 148 ; Wil- 
liam, 12, 51, 118 ; Winifred, 
37. 

Lymmeeick, 105 ; Cicely, 106 ; 
Edward, 105 ; Elizabeth, 106 ; 
Giles, 106 ; Isabel, 93, 105, 
106 ; Jane, 106 ; John, 106 ; 
Lancelot, 106 ; Richard, 105 ; 
Susan, 106 : Thomas, 105, 106 ; 
Winifred, 106. 

Lyon ap Jestyn, 98. 

Lypiat, or Lypiant, Eleanor, 
109. 



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THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Lysley. See Lisley. 

Lyster, Rosamond, 79 ; Thomas, 

79. 
Ljtley, Alic;, 4i ; John, li. 



M 

Mabbett. Harriet, 190. 
Machiii, 106, 109,110. 
SlACHlN, 106 ; Agneta, 107 ; 
Alice, 107; Anne, 8G, 106-110; 
Anthony, 107 ; Avice, 109 ; 
Christian, 106, 107 ; Dorothy, 
107 ; Edw.ird, 106-110 ; Ed- 
ward Tomkins, 108, 109; Edy, 
107 ; Eliz.ibeth, 106, 107, lOLt ; 
Emanuel, 106-109 ; Fortune, 
107 ; Frances, 107, 108 : Han- 
nah, lOS : Henry, 86, 106, 107, 
142 ; Hester, 107 ; Isaac, 107 ; 
Is.ibel, 106, 107 ; James, 107, 
109. 110 ; Jane, lOS ; Joane, 
107 ; John, 106-110 ; Jona- 
than, 109 ; Katherine, 106 ; 
Margaret, 106, 107. 109, 189 ; 
Martha, 108 ; Mary, 106-110, 
142. 159, 189 ; Keiguold, 107 ; 
Pilchard, 106-110; Robert, 
107.109 ; Sarah, 107-110; Tas- 
ley, 107; Thomas,106, 107, 159, 
189 ; William, 106. 107, 109. 

Madelyn. Isabel, 205. 

Maddocl, 108. 

Maddock, or Maddocks, 108 ; 
Abigail. Ill ; Agnes, 108 ; 
Alice, 20, 109, 110 ; Anne, 
110 ; Anselm, 110 ; Anthony, 
110; Avice, 41, 109 ; Cathe- 
rine, 110; Constance, 111; 
Edmund, 67, lOU-111 ; Ed- 
ward, 110, 111 ; Eleanor, 67, 
109, 111 ; Elizabeth. 109. Ill ; 
George, 110, 111 ; Hester, 110 ; 
J.imes, 111 ; Jane, 110 ; Jen- 
kin, 108 ; Joane, 110, 111 ; 
John, 109-111 ; Joseph, 110; 
Knight, 111 ; Lawrence, 109, 
110 ; Margaret, 109, 110 ; 
Mary, 109-111 ; Matthew, 41, 
10:i ; Morgan, 110; Stephen, 
110; Thomas, 109, 110; Wil- 
liam, 26. 8cc Mattox. 

Madock ap Eniore ap Thomas, 
4 ; ap Treherne ap Madock, 
179. 

Maire, 157. 

Maii'e, John, 157 ; Mary, 157. 

Malemore, — , 178. 

Mallett, 130. 

Mallett, Anne, 167, 205 ; Bald- 
win, 205; Gilbert, l:!l ; Hele- 
wise, 128, 1,S1 ; Juhn. 167, 
198 ; William, 128, 131, 

Mallory, Anne, 269, 

Man, Amy, 78 ; Ann, 78 ; John, 
78. 

Mandefield, Catherine, 188. 

Maney, Sir Anthony, 185, 216 ; 
Cicely, 185 ; John, 185: Mary, 
54, 216. 



Manfield, Margaret, 270 ; Tho- 
mas, 270. 

Manning, Alice, 29; Ann, 136; 
Francis, 136 ; Kichard, 29, 

Mannors, Joyce, 115 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 115. 

Manwaring, John, 272 ; Mar- 
garet, 272 ; William, 272, 

Marmion, Henry, 100 ; Isabel, 
101 ; Matilda, 100 ; Thomas, 
101, 

Marrow, Constance, 268 ; John, 
268, 

Marsh.ill, Henry, 37 ; Thomas- 
ine, .37. 

Martin, 182, 244. 

Martin, Alice, 47, 223 ; Cicely, 
141 ; Edith, 207 ; Eleanor, 
262 ; Elizabeth, 244 ; Sir 
Henry, 139 ; Joane, 148. 2C2 ; 
John, 223 ; Matilda, 262 ; 
Michael, 262 ; Sir Nicholas, 
47 ; Kobert, 141 ; Sir Eoger, 
148; Thomas, 207; WiUiam, 
262 ; — , 240. 

Mary, Princess, 90, 

Mascall, Anne, 118. 

Mascy, 172. 

Masey, Cecilia, 172 ; Christian, 
255; Robert, 255. 

Mason, Ann, 178 ; Bridget, 282 ; 
George, 178; Thomas, 231, 
282, 

Master, 111. 

Master, or Masters, 111; Alice, 
57, 111; Anne, 111; Bridget, 
111; Elizabeth, 111; George, 
111; Katherine, 111; Dr. 
Richard, 111; Eich.ard, 111; 
Thomas, 111; Sir William, 57. 
Ill; William, HI, 

Mathcm, 13, 162, 

Mathew, Alice, 129, 173 ; Anne, 
15 ; Catherine, 273, 278 ; Sir 
David, 15, 163, 173 ; David, 
129 ; Isabel, 50, 133 ; Joane, 
120 ; Margaret, 163 ; Eayn- 
borne, 50, 133. 

Mattox, Margaret, 209. 

MaiiHccll, 98. 

Mauncell, Anne, 236 ; Dorothy, 
116 ; Elizabeth, 116 ; Grace, 
116 ; Henry, 116 ; Joane, 98, 
140 ; Marmaduke, 98 ; ' Sir 
Ralph, 236 ; Eees, 116 ; Sir 
William, 122. 

Maunde, Anne, 240 ; Isabel, 
240 ; Margaret, 238, 240 ; 
Simon, 240, 

Maxey, John, 45 ; Mildred, 45 ; 
William, 45. 

M.ay, Alice, 6 ; Anne, 84; Cathe- 
rine, 267 ; Elizabeth, 80 ; Sir 
Humphrey, 80 ; Richard, 80, 
267. 

Maydeston, Maud, 2; Thomas, 2, 

Maynston, 226, 

Matnston, 226 ; Agnes, 226 ; 
Alice, 227 ; Bridget, 227 ; 
Charies, 227 : David. 226 ; 
Edward, 227; Elizabeth, 227; 



Jane, 227 ; Joane, 226 ; John, 
227 ; Katherine, 226 ; Mar- 
gery, 227; Maud, 226; Moore, 
227'; Philip, 226 ; Ralph, 227; 
Richard, 227 ; Robert, 226 ; 
Roger, 227; Thomas, 226, 227; 
William, 226, 

Mayor, Anne, 7 ; Edmond, 7, 

Medcalfe, Eleanor, 30 ; Mary, 
30, 

Mede, 257. 

Mede, Anne, 257, 258; Richard, 
257, 258. 

Medows, Dorothy, 221 ; Henry, 
221. 

Meek, Mary, 107. 

Meere. See Maire, 

Melborne. See Milborne, 

Mempasse, Isabel, 55 ; John, 
55, 

Meredeth, J.ane, 96 ; John, 71 ; 
Margery, 71 ; William, 96, 

Meriett, -Jane, 9 ; Sir Thomas, 9, 

Merrett, Christopher, 198 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 16 ; John, 120 ; Mar- 
garet, 100 ; Sarah, 120. 

Meschines, Eleanor, 275; Eiilph, 
Earl of Chester, 275, 

Mesey, 126, 127, 

Mesey, Anne, 127, 

Metreson, Agnes, 75 ; John, 75, 

Meux, Ellen, 44 ; John, 86 ; 
Mary, 86 ; Su- William. 44. 

Mich, Ellen, 36 ; William, 36, 

Middleton, Margaret, 158 ; 
Robert, 158 ; Sir Thomas, 

Milborne, Ann, 265 ; Blanch, 
267 ; Elizabeth, 170, 268, 269; 
Joyce, 254 ; Simon, 170, 254, 
265, 267-269, 

Mill, 132, 215, 

Mill, 215 ; Aron, 216 ; Agnes, 
217; Alice, 216; Ambrose, 
216 ; Anne, 216 ; Anthony, 

216 ; Beatrice, 217 ; David, 
216; Edmund, 216, 217; Sir 
Edward, 132 ; Edward, 216, 
217; Elizabeth, 132, 216, 217; 
Frances, 216, 217 ; Gawen, 
217; Grace, 217; Henry, 216, 
217; Hugh. 217 ; Humphrey, 

217 ; Isiibei, 216, 217 ; Jane, 

216 ; Joane, 216, 217 ; John, 
215-217 ; Joyce, 216 ; Julian, 
216, 257 ; Katherine, 216, 

217 ; Lucas, 217 ; Margaret, 
216, 217; Mary, 216, 217; 
Millicent, 217; Nicholas, 217; 
Poiutz, 216 ; Richard, 216, 
217 ; Robert, 216, 217 ; Sus.in, 
216, 217 ; Thomas, 216, 217 ; 
Timothea, 217 ; Ursula. 216 ; 
Sir William, 216; William, 
216, 217, 

Milles, Bridget, 161, 

Millett, Eleanor, 51 ; Thomas, 
51. 

Mills, Sir Edward, 12S ; Eliza- 
beth, 128 ; Jane, 39 ; Ma- 
tilda, 270 ; Thomas, 39. 



301 



Minchin, Margery, 109 ; Rich- 
ard, 109. 
Miners, Alice, 216 ; Richard, 
216. 

Minshull, Margaret, 46. 

Mitchell, Edward. 96 ; Eliza- 
beth, 96 ; John, 140, 199 ; 
Rhesus, 130. 

Mohun, Eleanor, 262 ; John, 
Lord, 272, 276 ; Margaret, 
272, 276 ; William, 262. 

MoUyns, Eleanor, 89 ; William, 
Lord, 89. 

Mompeson, Sir Giles, 56; Honor, 
56 ; Thomas, 56. 

Mondey, Katherine, 227. 

Monhalt. Sec Montalt. 

Mouingtou, Anne, 165 ; Eliza- 
beth, 170, 268, 269 ; Isabel, 
170 ; John, 210 ; Margaret, 
210 ; Sir Thomas, 170 ; Tho- 
mas, 165, 268, 269 ; — , 235. 

Monmouth, Elizabeth, 13 ; Sir 
Hugh, 13 ; William, 198. 

Monox, Ann, 243 ; Thomas, 243. 

Montagu, Marquis of, 247. 

Montalt, Cecilia, 270 ; Eliza- 
beth, 155 ; Millicent, 131 ; 
Robert, Lord, 155; Roger, 276. 

Motitfort, -215. 

Montfort, Anne, 275 ; Eleanor, 
275 ; Simon, Earl, 275. 

Moody, Catherine, 122 ; John, 
122. 

Moore, or More, Anne, 229 ; Sir 
Edw.ard, 4 ; Garrard, Vis- 
count, 4 ; Isabel, 241 ; Jane, 
257; John, 35,36,257; Kathe- 
rine, 250 ; Lettice, 4 ; Rich- 
ard, 201 ; Sir Thomas, 241 ; 
— 68. 

Moorehen, Elizabeth, 257, 258. 

Mordey. See Moody. 

Morecroft, Anne, 137 ; George, 
137. 

Moreland, Anthony, 94 ; Eliza- 
beth, 94. 

Moresley, Eleanor, 178 ; Rich- 
ard, 178. 

Moreyn, 238, 240. 

Moreyn, Alice, 238, 240 ; John, 
238, 240. 

Morgan, 74. 

Morgan, Anne, 202 ; Christian, 
63 ; Cicely, 74; Dorothy, 215; 
Edmund, 148 ; Edward, 74, 
215 ; Elizabeth, 95, 267, 268 ; 
Florence, 236 ; Joane, 14 ; 
John, 63, 189, 190 ; Kathe- 
rine, 189, 190 ; Krisle, 98 ; 
Margaret, 148 ; Mary , 9 1 , 208 ; 
Philip, 202 ; Sir Richard, 208 ; 
Eisle, 98 ; Robert, 16 ; Sir 
Thomas, 14 ; Thomas, 95, 267, 
278 ; Sir William, 62, 236 ; 
— , 4. 

Morgan ap Lie wellin ap 



Morley, Elizabeth, 25 ; James, 

25. 
Horrent, John, 197, 



Morris, Anthony, 16 ; Elizabeth, 
44 ; Mary, 239, 240 ; Philip, 
239,240; Richard, 16; Sam- 
uel, 16 ; Tobias. 16 ; — , 240. 

Morrison, Sir Charles, 80 ; 
Mary, 80. 

Morse, iSficholas, 198 ; Tanner, 
198.' 

Mortimer, Jannett, 114. 

Morton, Cardinal, 129: Eliza- 
beth, 235 ; Margaret, 245 ; 
Richard, 245 ; Sir Robert, 
235. 

Moryent, Elizabeth, 189 ; Wil- 
liam, 189. 

Motton, Isabel, 189 ; Robert. 
189. 

Moulton, or Mouukton, Eliza- 
beth, 48. 

Mountford, Elizabeth, 241 ; Tho- 
mas, 241. 

Mountlow, — , lis. 

Moutlert, Margaret, 205. 

Moyse, Margaret, 166 ; Philip, 
166, 

Moythe, Howell, 114 ; Mar- 
garet, 114, 

Muchgros, Helewise, 131 ; Ro- 
bert, 131. 

Mucklow, Alice, 221 ; Henry, 
221 ; Joane, 221 ; John, 221 ; 
Margaret, 221. 

Muudey, Elizabeth, 116, 119. 

Musai-d, 238, 239. 

Musard, Alice, 239 ; Clement, 
238, 239 ; Eleanor, 238. 

Mutton, Eleanor, 163 ; Jane, 
212; William, 212. 

Myll. See Mill. 

Mynne, 256. 

Mynjs'E, 256 ; Catherine, 256 ; 
Eleanor, 256 ; Henry, 256 ; 
John, 256. 

Mynns, Agnes, 50, 



Naffan, John, 234; Margaret, 
234, 

Nanfant, 97. 

Nanpakt, 112 ; Alice, 29, 268, 
269 ; Ann, 29, 112 ; Bridget, 
112 ; Catherine, 269 ; Chris- 
tian, 112 ; Edward, 112 ; 
Elizabeth, 112, 186 ; George, 
112 ; Jane, 112 ; Joane, 267 ; 
John, 29, 112, 186, 267, 268 ; 
Mary, 112; Maude, 29, 112; 
Penelope, 112 ; Sir Richard, 
29 ; Richard, 112 ; Thomas, 
112, 269; William, 29, 112; 
— , 163. 

Napp, Christopher, 99 ; Eliza- 
beth, 99. 

Napper, Edward, 175 ; Joyce, 
175. 

Nash, Mary, 11, 96; Thomas, 



Nasse. Margery, ; 
Xaylor, 112. 



Nayloe, orNayler, 112 ; Agues, 
113 ; Anne, 113 ; Anthony, 
113 ; Catherine, 112, 18!) ; 
Dorothy, 113 ; Edward, 113 ; 
Elizabeth, 113 ; Ferdinand, 
113; Henry, 112, 113, 189; 
James, 112, 189 ; Joane, 112, 
113, 189 ; John, 113 ; Mathia, 
113; Richard, 113 ; Robert, 
112 ; Thomas, 113 ; William, 
113, 

Neale, Catherine, 161 ; Samuel, 
161. 

Nedham, Margery, 268, 269 ; 
William, 268, 269. 

Nelme, Eleanor, 35. 

Nevan ap Lyon ap Jestin, 98. 

Nevill, Ann,215 ; Edward, Lord 
Abergavenny, 175 ; Ellen, 
211 ; Margaret, 175 ; Thomas, 
211, 215 ; — , Lord Latimer, 
211. 

Kewbery, — , 125. 

Newburgh, Edward, Lord, 92 ; 
Sir John, 132 ; Margaret, 132. 

Newcomen, William, 22. 

Newdigate, 134. 

Newdigate, Elizabeth, 134 ; 
Thomas, 134. 

Newers, Anne, 7 ; Thomas, 7 ; 
— , 240. 

Newman, Anne, 245 ; Joane, 
226 ; John, 245 ; Margaret, 
49 ; William, 226. 

IVewmarch, 49. 

Newmarsh, Isabel, 50 ; James, 
50. 

Newsham, Ambrose, 11 ; Anne, 
11 ; Frisroid, 7 ; Walter, 7. 

Nentun, 113. 

Newton, 113 ; Alianor, 115 ; 
Anne, 115, 116 ; Ai'thur, 116 ; 
Catherine, 115, 116 ; Charles, 
116 ; Cicely. 115, 116 ; Doro- 
thy, 116 ; Edward, 116 ; 
Eleanor, 116; Elizabeth, 115, 

116 ; Frances, 115 ; Francis, 
116; Sir George, 115 ; Grace, 
116; Sir Henry, 115, 232 ; 
Isabel, 115 ; Jane, 115, 116; 
Jeffery. 116 ; Joane, 115,232 ; 
Sir John, 129, 134 : alias 
Cradock, Sir John, llo ; John, 
115, 116 ; Joyce, 115 ; Lucy, 
115 ; Marsai'et, 35, 115, 116, 
129, 134; Mary, 116 ; Maude, 
115 ; Penelope, 115 ; Sii' 
Peter, 115; Peter, 116; Reig- 
uold, 116 ; Richard, 16, 114, 
115 ; Robert, 35 ; Samuel, 
115; Sarah, 116; Theodore, 
115 ; Theophila, 115; Tho- 
mas, 115, 116,232 ; Winifred, 
116; — , 125, 

Mcliolas, U7. 

Nicholas, 117 ; Alice, 179 ; 
Anne, 117; Elizabeth, 106, 
118; Francis, 117; Humfrey, 
117; Jane, 117; Reginald, 

117 ; Keignald, 78, 1U6, 117 ; 
Thomas, 117 ; William, 117, 



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THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



179 ; Winifred, 117 ; — , 
153. 

Nicholls, Alice, 179 : Sir Am- 
brose, 51, 166 ; Anne, 51, 166 ; 
Elenora. 19: Elizabeth, 71; 
John, 19 ; William, 179. 

Noel, Edward, Lord, Baron of 
Eidliugton, Viscount Camp- 
den. 80 ; Edward, Baron, 80; 
Elizabeth, Lad3',80 ; Juliana, 
Lady, SO. 

Norbury, — , 236. 

Norreys, Elizabeth. 49. 

Norris, William. 238 ; — , 238. 

Northumberland. Henry Percy, 
Earl of, 89, 275. 

NOETHWOOD, 117 ; Catherine, 
117; Charles, 118; Dorothy, 
118 ; Edward, 118 ; Eleanor, 
117, 118 ; Elizabeth, 118 ; 
Francis, 118 ; Henry, 11/, 
118; John, 117, 118; "Nicho- 
las, 117; Ealph, 117, 118; 
Richard, 118 ; Roger, 117 ; 
Thomas, 118; William, 118. 

Norton, Andrew, 265; Anthony, 
265 ; Bridget, 96 ; Elizabeth, 
154 ; Fortune, 51 ; Jane, 96 ; 
John, 265 ; Margaret, 96, 
265 ; Richard, 265 ; Thomas, 
51, 154, 265. 

Nonvood, 240. 

Norwood, Alice, 240, 241 ; 
Anne, 238, 240 ; John, 238, 
240 ; Miles, 240. 

Nottingham, William, 125. 

Nurse, Alice, 1 ; Edward, 102 ; 
Henry, 1 ; John, 101 ; Mary, 
101 ; Thomas, 1. 

Nygtnyall, Margery, 229. 



Cakes, Anne, 154. 

Oatridge, Margaret, 10. 

Oltcmold, 217. 

Okewold, or Ockold, 217 
Alice, 218 ; Amy, 218 ; An 
thony, 218 ; Bartholomew. 
218 ; Bridget, 218 ; Cathe 
rine, 218; Edmund, 218 
Edward, 218 ; Eleanor, 218 
Elizabeth, 218 ; Henry, 218 
Jane, 217 ; Jeremiah, 218 
John, 217 ; Margaret, 218 
Morris, 218; Richard, 218 
Sarah, 218 ; Thomas, 218. 

Oldam, Margery, 93. 

Oldcastle, 13. 

Oldcastle, John. 29. 

Oldsn-orth, 256. 

Oldsworth. 256 ; Arnold, 15, 
256; Edward, 111, 127, 248, 
256 ; Elizabeth, 15, 111 ; Jo- 
seph, 256 ; Margaret, 248, 
256; Nicholas, 256; Tacey 
127, 256 ; Thomas, 256. 

Oliver, — , 90. 

Ormond, Earl of, 135, 138. 

Orton, Roger, 16. 



Oshaldston, 218. 

OSBALDSTON,218 ; Agnp.s, 219 ; 
Alexander, 219 ; Dorothy, 
119; Edward, 219; Eleanor, 
219; Elizabeth, 219 ; Ferdi- 
nando, 219 ; Geffery, 218 ; 
George, 219; John, 218,219; 
Margaret, 219'; Mary. 219 ; 
Thomas, 218 ; William, 219. 

Oswald, Joane, 253 ; John, 253 ; 
Margaret, 253. 

Oulpen, Marjory, 213 ; Robert, 
213. 

Ouseley, Catherine, 161 ; Wil- 
liam, 161. 

Over, Eleanor, 173 ; John, 173. 

Overhead, John, 30 ; Winui- 
fi-ed, 30. 

Owen, Cicely, 116 ; Dorothy, 
123 ; John, 123 ; Sir Roger, 
116; Sarah, 116 ; Thomas, 
116. 

Owen ap Holl, Jestyn ap, 113. 

Owgan, Alice, 165; Siir Henry, 
257, 258 ; Sir Humphrey, 
257 ; Joane, 114 ; Margaret, 
257. 258 ; Mary, 161 ; Sir 
Matthew, 114 ; Robert, 161. 

Oxford, Blandford, Bp. of, 164. 

Oxhay, Nicholas, 232 ; Petro- 
nUla, 232. 



Packer, 118. 

Packer, 118 ; Alexander, 118 ; 
Anne, 118 ; Edward, 118 ; 
Henry, 36 ; Joane, 118 ; John, 
118 ; Katherine, 118 ; Lewis, 
118 ; Mary, 118 ; Richard, 
118; Robert, 118; Thomas, 
118; Thomasine. 118; Wil- 
liam, lis. 

Paddon, Elizabeth, 172; Ro- 
bert, 172. 

Page, Anthonv, 24 ; Elizabeth, 
24. 

Palmer, 119. 

Paimer,119; Anne, 176 ; Doro- 
thy,119; Edward,I19; Eliza- 
beth, 119, 185, 187 ; Frances, 
259; Giles, 119; John, 119, 
259 ; Mary, 119 ; Penelope, 
119; Richard, 119, 187; Ro- 
bert, 187 ; William, 119. 

Paratt, Theophila, 115 ; Wil- 
liam, 115. 

Parker, 257 ; Alice, 154 ; 
Catherine. 267 ; Isabella, 190 ; 
Jane, 245, 257 ; Joane, 245 ; 
John, 152, 154, 190; Mar- 
gery, 152 ; Mary. 106, 189. 
257 ; Michael, 257 ; Richard, 
106, 189 ; Roger, 22 ; Thomas. 
257; Walter, 245. 

Parr, Anne, 17. 

Parry, Anne, 113, 263; Eliza- 
beth, 64 ; Jane. 181 ; Joane, 
146 ; Lyson, 181 ; Thomas, 
64, 146 ; — , 186. 



Parsons, Comins, 175 ; Edward, 
32 ; Elizabeth, 32, 175 ; Jane, 
176. See Persons. 

Partriche, 119. 

Partriche, or Partridge, 119 ; 
Alice, 88, 120, 121 ; Anne, 
119-121 ; Anthony, 38, 120; 
Barbara. 120; Charlotte, 121 ; 
Daniel, 121 ; Edmund, 121 ; 
Edward. 120, 121 ; Elizabeth, 
121 ; Frances, 161 ; Gedith, 
120; George, 16; Henry, 120, 
121 ; Hester, 120, 121 ; Hugh, 
161 ; Isabella, 120 ; Joane, 
47, 120, 121 ; John, 119-121, 
198 ; Joseph, 121 ; Margery, 
92 ; Margaret, 120,121 ; Maria, 
121 ; Mary, 120, 121 ; Natha- 
niel, 120, 121 ; Rebecca, 120 ; 
Richard, 119 ; Robert, 120, 
121; Roger, 119 ; Sarah, 120, 
121 ; Simeon, 120 ; Susanna, 
120 ; Thomas, 120, 121 ; Wil- 
liam, 120, 121. 

Parves, Elizabeth, 81 ; Sir 
Henry, 81. 

Paslow, Edith, 160 ; William, 
160. 

Paston, Catherine, 115 ; Sir 
Thomas, 115. 

Pates, 218. 

Pates, Eleanor, 218 ; Richard, 
107, 197 ; Walter, 218. 

Pateshall, Eleanor, 270; Jane, 
269 ; William, 269, 270. 

Patten, Mercurius, Bluemantle, 
176. 

Pattishall, Mary, 56 ; Richard, 
56. 

Paulavezine, or Palenasine, 
Elizabeth, 167 ; Sir Henry, 
167. 

Pauling, Alexander, 149 ; Mar- 
garet, 149. 

Pauncefoot, 165, 257. 

Paukcepoot, 257 ; Agnes, 257, 
258 ; Anne, 84, 166, 236, 257, 
258 ; Charles, 258 ; Eleanor, 
236, 257, 258 ; Elizabeth, 51, 
257, 258 ; Giles, 84, 236. 257, 
258 ; Sir Grimbald. 257, 258 ; 
Grimbald, 166; Henry, 257, 
258 ; Hester, 258 ; Sir Hugh, 
257, 258 ; Jane, 72, 257, 258 ; 
Sir John, 165, 258 ; John, 257, 
258 ; Katherine, 257 ; Mar- 
garet, 52, 127, 165, 194, 257, 
258 ; Sir Richard, 257 ; Rich- 
ard, 72 ; Sarah, 258 ; Thomas, 
236, 257, 258 ; WiUiam, 258. 

Pauntley, — , 267. 

Pamlett, 121. 

Pawlett, 121 ; SirAmyas, 121; 
Amyas, 122 ; Catherine, 67 ; 
Christian, 122 ; Eleanor, 249 ; 
Sir Hugh, 121 ; Sir John, 249 ; 
Mary, 121 ; Nicholas, 121 ; 
Philada, 121 ; William, Mar- 
quis of Winchester, 234 ; Wil- 
liam, 67, 122 ; Winifred, 234. 

Payne, 122. 



303 



PAYNE, 122 ; Ann, 29 ; Cathe- 
rine, 122 ; Dorothy, 123 ; 
Elizabeth, 123; George, 123; 
Giles, 123; Henry, 123; Jane, 
123 ; John, 123 ; JIargaret, 
122. 123 ; Mary, 123 ; llich- 
ard, 70, 123 ; Eose, 123 ; Sarah, 
70, 123; Sydenham, 123; 
Thomas, 122 ; Walter, 123 ; 
William, 122. 
Paynell, Margaret, 131, 132 ; 

Walter. 131, 132. 
Peach, Elizabeth, 193 ; Henry, 

193. 
Peacock, Anne, 46 ; Thomas. 16. 
Pecher, or Pecker, Joane, 77 ; 

John, 77. 
Peck, — , 174. 
Peckham, James, 216 ; Mary, 

216. 
Peeres, Anne, 23 ; Edward, 23. 
Pelliam, Sir Edmund, 186 ; 
Ellen, 186 ; Herbert, 186 ; 
Margaret, 186. 
•Pell, Barbara, 56. 
Pemberton, Anne, 2.51. 
Pembridge, Lettice, 13 ; Henry, 

13. 
Peneston, — , 137. 
Ptnnhigton, 249. 
Peuson, Alice,267 ; William,267. 
Pentecost, Alice, 259. 
Pentecrist, Joane, 219. 
Pepn-all, 219. 

Pepwall, 219 ; Anne, 219 ; 
Elizabeth, 219; Joane, 219; 
John, 219 ; Mary, 103, 219 ; 
Michael. 219 ; Richard, 219 ; 
Busau, 219 ; Thomas, 219 ; 
Timothy, 219 ; William, 103, 
219. 
Peray, Frances, 201 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 201. 
Perchers. Elizabeth, 201. 
Percival. Alice, 39 ; James, 39. 
Percy, Agnes, 275 ; Anne, 89 ; 
Henry, Earl of Northumber- 
land, 89, 275 ; Henry, Lord, 
275 ; William, Lord, 275 ; 
— , 54. 
Peresford. See Besford. 
Perk, Anne, 102 ; Thomas, 102, 

198, 
Perkins, Edward, 242 ; Eliza- 
beth, 242. 
Peruell, Elizabeth, 149 ; J., 149. 

See Purnell. 
Perpoynt, Frances, 25 ; Rich- 
ard, 25. 
Perrott, Amicia, 114 ; Sir An- 
drew, 114 ; Sir Audven, 134 ; 
Emma, 114; Jaunett, 114; 
Katherine, 114, 129, 134; Sir 
Owen, 129; Sir Thomas, 114. 
Perry, Ann, 92, 229 ; Catherine, 
92 ; Hannah, 92; Hugh, 92 ; 
James. 229 ; Jane, 92 ; Mary, 
92 ; Nicholas, 92 ; Rebecca, 
92 ; Richard, 92 ; Robert, 92 ; 
Samuel, 92 
Peray. 



Perryman, Margaret, 101. 

Pers, Elizabeth, 241: Marearet, 
241. 

Pershall, Jane, 86 ; William, 86. 

Person, Joane, 154 ; John, 154 ; 
William, 117 ; Winifred, 117. 

Persons, Joyce, 11 ; Mary, 11 ; 
Ralph, U. 

Pert, Amy. 223 ; Catherine, 170 ; 
Daniel, 170, 223; Edward, 
174; Elizabeth, 170, 174. 

Peter, 123; Anne, 124, 179; 
Edward, 124 ; Francis, 124 ; 
George, 123, 124 ; Grace, 123 ; 
John, 123, 124 ; Mary, 124 ; 
Peter, 123 ; Simon, 124 ; Tho- 
mas, 123, 124 ; William, 124, 

Peters, Edward, 124. 

Petifere. or Petifewe, Millicent. 

176. 
Pettey, Elizabeth, 158. 
Peverell, Catherine, 87 ; Sir 

Thomas, 87. 
Plu'tiplace, 261. 
Phetijilace, Ann, 261 ; Edmund, 
21') 1; Edward, 261; Margaret, 
173; W., 173. <Sce Fetiplace. 
Phillips, Edmund, 18 ; Eliza- 
beth, IS ; Hester, 185 ; John, 
226 ; Margaret, 226 ; Marjory, 
226 ; Thomas, 185. 
Philpott, Elizabeth, 37 ; Joane, 
92 ; John, Somerset Herald, 
229 ; Thomas, 37 ; William, 
92, 
Pickhurst, Catherine, 167, 
Pigott, Anne, 61 ; Elizabeth, 
52, 127 ; Katherine, 52, 127 ; 
Leonard, 61 ; Lewis, 52, 127, 
Pike, 161. 

Pike, Alice, 161 ; Grace, 161 ; 

John, 161 ; Margaret, 161 ; 

Mary, 161 ; Nicholas, 161 ; 

Sarah, 161 ; Walter, 161, 

Pile, Anne, 127; Gabriel, 127. 

Pill, Grace, 123 ; John, 123. 

Piuchon, Elizabeth, 65 ; John, 

65. 
Pine, Sir Miles, 233. 
Pirke, Jane, 231; Richard, 231; 

William, 231. 
Pistow, Parnell, 23. 
Pitman, Rachel, 64 ; Richard, 

64. 
Pitt, Alice, 35 ; Thomas, 35. 
Planckcy, Henry, 16. 
Plantageuet, Arthur, 115 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 115. 
Player. Arthur, 173; Dorothy, 
173 ; Isabel, 99 ; William, 99. 
PlcydvU, 124. 

Pletdell. 124 ; Agnes, 124 ; 
Anne, 125 ; Beata, 125 ; Brid- 
get, 124, 125 ; Charles, 125 ; 
Eleanora, 124 ; Elizabeth, 
125; Gabriel, 124; Joane, 
125 ; John, 124, 125 ; Mar- 
garet, 125 ; Mary, 124, 125 ; 
Millicent, 125; Richard, 124; 
Robert, 1 25 ; Rose, 124 ; Susan, 



125 ; Thomas, 124 ; Toby, 124 ; 
Ursula, 125 ; Virgil, 124 ; 
William, 124; Zachary, 124. 

Plomsted, Dorothy, 36. 

Plumer alias Seaborne, Jane, 
91 ; Robert, 231; Thomas, 231. 

Pole. See Poole. 

Pvleyn, 220. 

POLEYN, 220 ; Alice, 220 ; 
Edith, 220 ; Edward, 220 ; 
Friswith, 220 ; George, 220 ; 
Henry, 220; John, 220; Mar- 
garet, 220. 

Pollard, Cadon, 121; Francis, 
16 ; Philada, 121 ; Ursula, 
16; —, 129, 133. 

Ponings, Jane, 34 ; Luke, Lord 
St. John, 34. 

Pontlarch, William, 266. 

Povle, 125. 

Poole, 125 ; Anne, 126 : Beata, 
126 ; Beatrice, 126, 237 ; 
Catherine, 125, 236 ; Cicely, 
57 ; Deyereux. 126 ; Dorothy, 
126 ; Eleanor. 126 ; Elizabeth, 
125, 268, 269 ; Ellen, 125 ; 
Frances, 126 ; 1-^ir Giles. 268, 
2G9 ; Giles, 125; Guy, 126; 
Sir Henry, 126, 237, 268 ; 
Henry, 125, 126, 237 ; Isabel, 
93 ; John. 125 ; Julian, 125 ; 
Leonard, 125, 236 ; Mary, 93 ; 
Matthew, 125 ; Sir Neyille, 
126 ; Richard, 125 ; Thomas, 

126 ; William, 57^ 93, 125, 
126. 

Piqiham. 49. 
Purtcr, 126. 
Porter, 126 ; Alice, 4, 41, 127 ; 

Ambrose, 127; Anne, 52, 127 ; 

Arnold, 127 ; Sir Arthur, 127; 

Arthur, 4, 15, 11,51,127,256; 

Bridget, 15, 127 ; Catherine, 

127 ; Cicely, 126 ; Edward, 
240; Elizabeth, 127; Isabella, 
30, 41, 51, 127, 240 ; Jane, 
127 ; Margaret, 2, 127 ; Rich- 
.ard, 127 ; Roger, 2, 41, 127 ; 
Taeey, 127, 256 ; Sir Thomas, 
15, 52, 127 ; Thomas, 126, 
127 ; William, 127. 

Poulett, Agnes, 217, 

Poulton, John, 161 ; Margaret, 
161. 

Powo, Marian, 150. 

Powell, Alice, 172 : Ann, 35 ; 
Catherine, 191 ; Rebecca, 244; 
Robert, 35 ; Rose, 35 ; Tho- 
mas, 35, 249. 

Power, Ann, 120 ; Stephen, 120. 

Powis, Lord, 250. 

Pownall, Israel, 199 ; Richard, 

Poyntz, 128, 130, 134. 

I'OYNTZ, 128, 130 ; Adria, 133 ; 
AHce,.iO,129,132.134,136,]73; 
Amicia, 132; Amy, 135; Anne, 
30, 129, 132-136. 265 ; Sir An- 
thony, 15, 129, 134 ; Anthony, 
129, "135, 181; Beatrice, 133; 
Blanch, 132 ; Dorothy, 135 ; 



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THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



3, 135 ; Edward, 129, 
134-136 : Egidius. 134 ; Elea- 
nor. 132 ; Elizabeth, 128, 129, 

Ferdi'uamio. ' 129. 1 3?.. ' 134 j 
Lady Frauce.?. 136; Frances, 
129, 135 ; :>ir Francis. 134; 
Francis, 129. 13o ; Gabriel, 
133; Giles. 129; Gris^ell, 30, 
135 ; Helewise, 12S, 131 : 
Henry, 129, 132, 133 ; Sir 
Hugh, 128, 131 ; Hugh, 128, 
129,131,132,135; Humfrey, 
129, 133, 134 ; Isabella, 128, 
132, 133 ; Jane. 128, 129, 133- 

135 ; Joane, 129, 132, 1,3.3, 

136 ; Sir John, 30, 128, 129, 
132, 173; John, 129. 133-136, 
207 ; Joseph, 135. 130, 207 ; 
Joyce, 132 ; Julian, 128 ; 
Katheriuc. 128. 129, 132-134, 
130; JIaraaret, 115, 129, 131- 
136, 181, 214; JIartha. 130, 
207; Marv. 30.129. 1H4, 135; 
Matthew. loO. 134-130. 2(i7 ; 
Maude. I2S. 131. 132 : r^Ionis, 

129. 132.1:;;. ISI : ,-irXieho- 
las, 30, 12s.r.",i. i:;i. 1:12. i:u. 
135; Nicholas rA>. 12s. 129, 
131. 132, 134. 130. 210 : Sir 
Robert. 129. 133. 130, 205 ; 
Robert. 128, 132. 135 : Sar.ah, 
207; Silvester. 100 : Susan, 
133; Thomas. 128, 129, 132- 

130, 207, 214; Ursul.a, 129, 
135; Walter, 132; WillLam, 
129, 133-135; Winifred, 134, 
136. 

Price, 136. 

Price, 136 ; Alice, 136 ; Anne, 
274; Blanch, 136; Degory, 
30 ; Dorothy, 179 ; George, 
274; Gregory, 136; Grissell, 
30; Howell, 179; Jane. 136; 
John, 136; Sus<an.l66; Wil- 
liam, 136; — 278. 

Prichett. Hester, 63 ; Eichavd, 
63. 

Prickley. See Hams. 

Pride, Margaret, 260, 261 ; Rich- 
ard, 260. 

Probyn, Ann. 92 ; Mary Ann, 
138. 

Prowde, Lewis, 24 ; Ursula, 24, 

Pro)r:c, 137. 

Peowze. 137 ; Alice, 137 ; 
Anne, 137 : Charies, 137 ; 
Edward, 137 ; Eleanor, 137 ; 
Elizabeth, 137 ; Frances, 137; 
Henry, 137 ; John, 137 ; 
Joyce, 137 ; Ralph, 137 ; Rich- 
ard, 137; Russell. 137; Sarah, 

137 ; Silvester, 137. 
Prygs, Anne, 24. 

Pryu, Joane, 99 ; Thomas, 99. 

Pultney, Margaret, 246 ; Tho- 
mas, 246, 

Purlewent, Agnes, 170 ; Alex- 
ander, 170; Alice, 170 ; Cathe- 
rine, 170 ; Henry, 1 70 ; Jane, 
170 ; Joane, 170 ; John, 170 ; 



Maude, 170 ; Thomas, 170 ; 
Walter, 170; William, 170. 
197. 

Purnell, Christian, 122 ; Chris- 
topher. 149 ; Mary, 149 ; 
Nicholas, 198. See Peruell. 

Purye, — , 106, 

Pye, Alice, 150 ; Anne, 48 ; 
Christian, 93 : Dorothv, 48 ; 
Edward, 93 ; Elizabeth, 48 : 
George, 150; Margerv. 93; 
Mary, 48 ; Sir Robert, 48 ; 
Robert, 48 ; William, 93, 

Pym, Elizabeth, 173; Erasmus, 
80 ; Mary, SO ; Thomas, 173, 
See Pyne. 

Pynchard, Edmund, 205 ; Eliza- 
beth. 205 ; Isabel. 205 ; John, 
205 ; Margaret, 205 ; Mary, 
205 : Maud, 205 ; Simon, 205. 

Pyne, Erasmus, 5 ; Mary, 5. 
Sec Pym. Pine. 

Pynoke, —,174. 



Quincy. Hawise, 276 ; Robert, 
Lord, 270. 



R 

Eabett, Elizabeth, 63 ; Richard, 

63. 
Radcliffe, Alice, 166; Hugh, 166. 
Radlighe, Matilda, 205 ; Sir 

Simon, 205, 
Ragland, Anne, 51 ; John, 51. 
Eainolds, Ann, 191 ; Rowland, 

191 ; William, 191. 
Rainsford, Joyce, 137. 
Raleigh, Anne, 205 ; Joane, 205 ; 

Margaret, 205 ; Maude, 205 ; 

Sir Simon, 205 ; Walter, 205, 
Ramsey, John, 159 : Margaret, 

159 ; Sir Thomas, 159. 
Randolph, Dorothy, 95 ; Ed- 
ward, 95. 
E.anne, Maude la, 130. 
Ratsey, Mary, 72 ; Richard, 72. 
Raves, Elizabeth, 271; Thomas, 

271, 
Rawlins, Anne, 245 ; John, 245. 
Raylins, Elizabeth, 222. 
Raymond, Elizabeth, 6 ; George, 

liaxjncsford, 227. 

Eaynfoed, 227 ; Barbara, 227 ; 

Edward, 227 ; Giles, 227 ; 

John, 227 ; Katherine, 227 ; 

Thomas, 227; Sir William, 

227. 
Eaynsthorpe, Joane, 39 ; John, 

Raynwood, Jane, 98 ; John, 98. 
Reade, Alice, 1 ; Anne, 101, 210, 

235 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; Jane, 94 ; 

John, 1,52, 94,127,210,235; 

Margaret, 52, 127 ; Richard, 

101 ; William, 101. 



Reason, Agnes, 124. 
Redm.ayne, Bridget, 43. 
Redwood, Eobert, 199. 
Rees ap Tewdor, HoU ap, 114. 
Restell. John, 101 ; Margaret, 

120 : Thomas, 120. 
Reve, — , 160. 
Reyley, William, Bluemantle, 

229. 
Reyneton, Elizabeth. 55 ; Henry, 

55. 
Reynward, 97. 
Ricard, Elizabeth, 53. 
Richards, Alice, 100 ; Elizabeth, 

89 ; John, 89, 100. 
Richardson, Canon, 240. 
Riddall, Joan, 48. 
Ride, Edward, 94 ; Elizabeth, 

94. 
Eidge, Catherine, 232 ; Joane, 

232, 
Eidler, Mary, 147. 
Eidleston, James, 71 ; Mary, 71. 
Eidley, Margery, 23 ; William, 

23. 
Ritrgs, John, 81 ; Judith, 81. 
Ein ap Sib,silt, 98. 
Eisley. Ann, 269; William, 269. 
Eivcrs, Earl, 129, 133. 
Eoberdg, Anne, 267 ; Thomas, 

Bolerts, 137. 

Egberts, 137 ; Alice, 138. 139 ; 

Anne, 138. 139 ; Anthony. 1 39; 

Catherine, 138: Edmond,138; 

Elizabeth, 58, 138; Giles, 138; 

Grissell, 135 ; Henry, 138; 

Hester, 18. 139 ; Isabel, 31 ; 

Jane, 138, 139; Joane, 138, 

139; John, 31, 107, 138, 139; 

Joyce, 138 ; Margaret, 138 ; 

Mary, 138, 139, 185 ; Mary 

Ann, 138 ; Nicholas, 58, 197, 

231 ; Ealph, 139 ; Richard, 

138, 139 ; Robert, 139 ; Su- 
sanna, 138 ; Thomas. 18, 138, 

139, 185 ; Walter, 138 ; Wil- 
liam, 137-139. 

Bohins, 146. 

Robins, Anne, 106 ; Joane, 42, 
146 ; Margaret, 146 ; Richard, 

106, 199 ; Thomas, 146. 
Robinson, Elizabeth, 66; Nicho- 
las, 66. 

Rock. Margaret, 71. 
RockclifE, Anne, 118; Thomas, 

Rodney, Sir John, 115, 118 ; 

Margaret, 87 ; Penelope, 115 ; 

Sir Walter, 87. 
Eoe. See Eowe. 
Roger, Alice. 195 ; Richard, 195. 
Roger ap Gilliant, or Gwilliam, 

John ap, 104. 
Bogcrs, 139-141. 
Rogers, 139 ; Alice. 141 ; Am- 
brose, 141; Ann, 44, 140-142 ; 

Anthonv, 141 ; Blanch, 140 ; 

Christopher, 141; Cicely, 141; 

Donne. 140 ; Dorothy, 86, 

107, 140, 141 ; Sir Edwai-d, 



305 



163 ; Edward, 183 ; Eleanor, 
139, 140, 164 ; Elizabeth, 104, 

140, 142, 158; Emanuel. 141; 
Etheldred, 141 ; Faith, 2i:i ; 
Frances, 142 ; Dr. Francis, 
141; Francis, 140; Sir Henry, 

140 ; Henry, 141, 142 ; Isold, 

141 ; Jane, 249 ; Joane. 140. 

141 ; Sir John, 249 ; John, 
140-142. 146. 213 : E.itheriue, 
140; Margaret, 141,142,248; 
Miiry, 140, 142, 146, 183 ; 
Philadelphia, 142 ; Philip, 
140 ; Philippa, 140 ; Kachel, 
139 ; Ralph, 141; Sir Richard, 
139 ; Richard, Dean of Can- 
terbury, 141 ; Richard, 139- 

141, 158, 164; Robert. 107. 
139; Roger, 141; Sarah, 139 ; 
Tanfeld, 142 ; Thomas, 140- 

142 ; William, 44. 86, 139-142. 
Rolls, Anne, 42 ; Arthur, 137 ; 

Eleanor, 137 ; Richard. 42. 

Romary, William, Eai'l of Lin- 
coln." 275. 

Romuey, Cassandra. 18.5 ; Eli- 
zabeth. 106 ; Peter, 106 ; Tho- 
mas, 185. - 

Rondell. Christopher, 71 ; Ed- 
ward, 71 ; Elizabeth, 71 ; 
John, 71 : Margaret, 71 ; 
Mary, 71 ; Thomas, 71. 

Eooke, James, 243 ; Jane, 243. 

Roos, Lord, 50, 133 ; Mary, 50 ; 
Richard, 50. 133. 

Rose. Henry. 155 ; M.ary, 155 ; 
William, 198. 

Eosecarock, Elizabeth, 83 ; 
John, 83. 

Rosse, Mary, 142 ; Thomas, 142. 

Rous, Julian, 216, 257 ; Matilda, 
215 ; Thomas, 215, 216. 

Rowcliff. See RockclifE, 

Rowden. Mary, 147, 239, 240 ; 
Richard. 239, 240 ; Thomas, 
147. 

Rowe, Eleanor. 8 ; Elizabeth, 
2.5 ; Mary, 9, 196 ; Robert, K, 
9, 25, 196 ; Sir Thomas, 9, 196. 

Rowgbottom. Jane, 24. 

Rowles, Alice, 139. 

Rowley, Margaret, 250. 

Rowse', Jane, 157 ; John, 162 ; 
Margaret, 162 ; William, 157. 

Ruddall, Elizabeth, 203 ; Tho- 
mas. 203. 

Rudhall, Elizabeth, 186; Wil- 
liam, 186. 

Ending, Alice, 204 j — , 221. 

Rudston, Anne, 15 ; Edward, 
15; Elizabeth, 15 ; John, 15 ; 
Mary, 15 ; Willi.am, 15. 

Rufiford, Anne, 93, 94 ; John. 
94 ; Thomas, 93. 

Rusi. Hugh, 262 ; William, 262. 

Russell, 49, 97. 

Russell, Agnes, 272, 277 ; Anne, 
48 ; Eleanor 50 ; Elizabeth. 
14, 50, 162 1 Isabel, 50, 98; 
James, 50 ; Joane, 50 ; John, 
184, 281 ; Margaret, 50, 98, 



260; Mary, 184; Sir Maurice, 
50, 98 ; Nest, 114 ; Sir Peter, 
114; Sir Ralph, 50; Ralph. 
50 ; Richard. 4S, 260 ; Robert, 
14. 50. 162. 272, 277, 281 ; 
Theobald, 50 ; Thomas. 50 : 
Sir William, 50 ; William, 50, 
272, 277. 

Ruter, JohnJackson,206 ; Mary. 
206. 

Rutter, — , 20. 

Ryddy, Gronowy ap, 114. 

Ryder, Robert, 191; Sar.ah,191. 

Rytherche ap Creadoge, 114. 



Sacheverell. Mary, 90 ; Sir 
Richard, 90. 

Sackville.Elizabeth. 138; John. 
1.38; Sir Richard. 234; Wini- 
fred. 234. 

Sackville alias Toots, Barbara. 
89 ; Thomas, 89. 

Sadleir, Emma, 209. 

Saintloe. Edward, 152 ; Mai'- 



1.52. 



William, 



ISalltell alias Seacole. 150. 
Salkell alias Seacole. Agnes, 

151; Grissell, 151; Richard, 

150, 151. 
Saltmersh, Catherine, 238, 240 ; 

Sir William, 238, 240. 
Saltonstall, Sir Richard, 133 ; 

Susan, 133. 
Salvey, Eleanor, 54. 
Salvin, Anne, 54 ; Ralph, 54. 
Sambell, — , 34. 
Sandford, 142, 220. 
Sandfoed, 142, 220 ; Anselm, 

142 ; Anthony, 221 ; Arthur-, 
221 ; Christian, 221 ; Doro- 
thy, 142. 221 ; Elizabeth, 42 ; 
Henry, 142; Jane, 142; Joane, 
221 ; John, 142, 221 ; Mar- 
gery, 142 ; Mary, 142, 221; 
Ralph, 221 ; Richard, 142, 
221 ; Robert, 221; Thomas, 

142, 221 ; William, 42, 142. 
Sands, Atilia, 90; John, 210; 

William de, 90. 

Sandys, 143. 

Sandys, 143 ; Alice, 144 ; Au- 
brey, 144 ; Barbara, 144 ; 
Browne. 144; Edward, 144; 
Sir Edwin, 143 ; Elizabeth, 
144; George, 143; Goulden, 

143 ; Henry, 143 ; Jane. 143 ; 
Margaret. 143, 144 ; Maiv, 

143, 144;' Sir Miles. 143, 14-i ; 
Miles, 143. 144 ; Peter. 144 ; 
Philadelphia, 144 ; Robert. 
143 ; Samuel, 144 ; Thomas. 
143; Sir William, 143; Wil- 
liam, 143, 144 ; Windsor, 144; 
Winson, 144 ; — , Lord, 143. 

Sankcy, Anne, 158 ; Richard, 



Sapcott, Christian, 88. 

Sapcotts, Thomasine. 204. 

Sargent. IScc Sergeant. 

Sinindevs. 134. 

Saunders. Kdward, 125 ; Eliza- 
beth. 264; Margaret, 134; 
Morris, 264 ; Nicholas, 134 ; 
Susan, 125 ; — , 9. 

Sai-age, 144. 

Savage, 144 ; Abington, 145 ; 
Anne, 48, 144, 145 ; Anthony, 
48, 145 ; Catherine, 144. 195 ; 
Charles, 145, 195. 196 ; Chris- 
topher, 101. 144. 145 ; Doro- 
thy, 126 ; Eleanor, 101, 145 ; 
Elizabeth, 145, 195. 196 ; 
Francis. 56, 145 ; Henry. 145 ; 
Joane, 177 ; Sir John, 126, 

144 ; John, 144. 145 ; Martha, 

145 ; M.ary, 56, 145 ; Phi- 
lippa. 140 ; Ralph, 145 ; 
Richard, 145 ; Savage, 145, 
196 ; Thomas, 145 ; Thomas 
Barrow, 145 ; Walter, 140, 

145, 195 ; William, 56, 145. 
Savager, John, 19S. 
Saveson, Anne, 261 ; Isabel, 

261 ; Joanna, 261 ; Robert, 
261. 

Saylarnes, Agnes, 130. 

Scargill, 162, 163. 

Scargill, Anne, 163 ; Thomas, 
163. 

Scots, Queen of, 247. 

Scramwell, Jane, 207; William, 
207. 

Screwen, Eleanor, 204 ; Roger, 
204. 

Scroope, Mary, 154 ; Richard, 
154. 

Sorope, Sir Walter, 146. 

Scudamore, Dorothy, 45 ; Eliz.a- 
beth, 45, 127,230;231 ; Isabel, 
49 ; James, 164 ; John Vis- 
count. 164 ; Sir John, 127 ; 
John, 45, 49. 

Seaborne. Sec Plumer. 

Seacole. See Salkell. 

Seaman, Anne, 120 ; Robert, 120. 

Seamore. See Seymour. 

Sedenh.am. Sec Sydenham. 

See, Margaret, 138 ; Peter, 138. 

Seebrooke, Margaret. 232. 

Sefton, Henry, 29 ; Susan, 29. 

Segar, JIary, 82 ; Penelope, 38 ; 
Thomas, 82 ; Sir William. 
Garter, 38, 176, 195. 

Selman, Eliz.ibcth. 233 ; Tho- 
mas, 233. 

Sehvyn, 146. 

Selwyn, 146 ; Anne, 146, 147; 
Catherine. 146 ; Dorothy, 146 ; 
Edith, 146, 147 ; Edwai-d, 33, 
147 ;Elizabeth,147; K.annnh, 
147 ; James, 14/ ; Jane, 147 ; 
Jasper. 146, 147 ; Joane. 33, 

146, 147 ; John. 146, 147 ; 
Margaret, 146. 147 ; Mary, 
142,146,147; Nathaniel, 146; 
Rich.ard, 142,146, 147 : Roger, 
146; Samuel. 147; Sarah, 

E E 



306 



THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIKE. 



146,147; Thomas. 146,147; 

Walter, 146 ; William, 146, 

147. 
Sentlis, 271, 274. 
Sergeant, 2.58. 
Sergeant, 258 ; Alice, 258 ; 

Ann. .S5. 259 ; Catherine, 171, 

258 ; Edward, 259 ; Eliza- 
beth, 259 ; Emma, 259 ; 
Frances, 258 ; Isabel, 232 ; 
Joane, 2.32, 259 ; John, 35, 
231,232,258,259; Margaret. 

259 : Mary, 259 ; Matthew, 
259 ; Nicholas. 259 ; Samuel, 
259 ; Sarah, 259 ; Thomas, 
171, 25S, 259 ; William, 258, 
259. 

Seroore. See Scroops. 

Servington, Elizabeth, 99;. Jane. 
88. 

Seward, Anne, 3 ; John, 3. 

Seymour, Bridget, 255 ; Eliza- 
beth, 56 ; Goodwith, 281 ; 
Humphrey, 56 ; Jane, 129. 
135 ; Sir John, 23, 40, 266 ; 
John, 129. 13.1. 281 ; Mar- 
garet. 23 : Maude. 40 ; Sir 
Nicholas. 25.) ; Philippa, 87 ; 
Eoger, 56 ; Sir Thomas, 87 ; 
—.3. 

Seyp, Ilyke de Ivon, 98. 

Shakerlev, Alice, 166 ; Anne, 
166 ; Mary, 189 ; Ralph, 166. 

Sharpe, Alice, 270 : Anne, 91. 

Shaw, Elizabeth, 133; Sir John, 
133 ; Mary, 90. 

Shedder. See Chedder. 

Slieldon. 221. 

Sheldok, 221 ; Anne, 145, 222 ; 
Daniel, 221 ; Elizabeth, 222 ; 
Francis, 222 ; Jane, 222 ; 
John. 221 ; Margaret, 222 ; 
Marv, 222 ; Morris, 221 ; 
Ralph. 221, 222 ; Richard, 
221 ; Thomas, 222 ; Wflliam, 
145, 221, 222 ; — , 238. 

SheDam, Margaret, 207 ; Sam- 
uel, 207. 

Shelley, Bridget. 89 ; Henry, 
151 ; John, 89; Mary, 151 ; 
Thomas, 151. 

Shepard. Anne, 205 ; George, 
205. 

Slarhorne, 114. 

.Sherborne.Margery. 114; Nicho- 
Ia.s, 114; Sir Richard, 114. 

Shirley. Anne, 167; Joyce, 95 ; 
Sir Thomas, 167. 

Showell. Elizabeth. 44; Eich- 
ard, 199. 

Shoyle, Margaret, 170 ; Walter, 
170. 

Shrewsbury, Earl of, 246. 

Sibsilt, Ein ap, 98. 
Sidenton, 45. 

Sidenton, Agnes, 45; Christian, 

46 ; Richard, 45. 
Sidney, Constance, 95 ; Sir 

John, 95. 
Sillington, Ann, 121 ; William, 
121. I 



Singleton, Catherine, 110 ; 

Joane, 146; Lawrence, 110, 

146 ; Lute. 18 ; Martha, 101 ; 

Mary, 18 ; William, 101. 
Sitbury, Ann, 99. 
Sitsilt, David, 180 ; Margaret, 

ISO ; Philip, 180 ; Richard, 

180 ; Thomas. 180. See Cecil. 
Skidmore, Isabel. 93. 
Skinner, Alice, 134 ; John, 134. 
Skipworth, Margaret, 171 ; Sir 

William, 171. 

Slaughter, Alice, 137; Eliza- 
beth, 223 ; Jane, 135; John, 
137, 223. 

Sleioht, 112. 

Slocomb, John, 138 : Mary, 138. 

Smallwood, Elizabeth." 26 ; 
George, 26. 

Smart. Hester, 165 ; Rowland, 
165.' 

Smyth, 15, 147-149. 

Smyth, or Smith, 147 ; Anne. 
148, 149 ; Anthony, 148 : 
Barbara, 166; Catherine, 147, 

148, 166 ; Daniel. 148 ; Ed- 
mond, 149 : Edward, 16, 148, 
149; Elizabeth, 44, 121, 148, 
149,219; Bmott, 149; George, 
149 ; Gervase, 148 ; Grisegon, 
148; Joane, 1.5, 148, 149; Sir 
John, 148 ; John, 32, 148, 

149, 281 ; Joseph, 121 ; Lu- 
cius, 148 ; Margaret. 148, 149, 

181 ; Marian, 147 ; Mary, 16, 
32. 147-149 ; Matthew, 198; 
Milo, Bp. of Gloucester, 148 ; 
Milo. 148 ; Paul, 148 : Rich- 
ard. 147. 149, 166; Robert, 
148, 149 ; Sarah. 24, 149 ; 
Silvanus, 147 ; Sir Thomas, 
24, 148 ; Thomas, 147-149, 
166, ?37; Ursula. 149; Wil- 
liam, 15, 44, 77. 140. 181. 

Snarford. — , 126. 

Sneade. Joane, 23 ; John, 23. 

SneU. 150. 

Snell, 150; Alice, 150; B.ir- 

bara, 154; Catherine, 150; 

Charles. 150; Edward, 150; 

Elizabeth, 25. 1.50; John. 150; 

Mari.in, 150; Nicholas, ] 50 ; 

Oliver, 1.50: Richard, 150; 

Thomas. 25. 150, 154 ; Wal- 
ter. 150. 
SimUton, 45. 
Snelston, Isabel, 46 ; John, 46 ; 

Margaret, 46 ; Thomas, 46. 
Snig, Frances, 95 ; Sir George, 

57, 95 ; Jane, 57. 
Snow, Agnes, 159 ; John, 159 ; 

William, 159. 
Solers, 233. 

Solersi Catherine, 263 ; Mar- 
garet. 205. 
Soley. Elizabeth, 272 ; Thomas, 

272. 
Solney, Eleanor, 54. 
Smnerey. 182. 271, 274. 
Somerey, Elizabeth, 271, 276 ; 

Johanna, 271, 276 ; Margaret, 



271, 276 ; Nichola. 271, 276 ; 

Roger, Lord, 271, 276. 
Somerfield, Jane, 272 ; John, 

272. 
Somers, Alice, 231. 
Somes, Elizabeth, 144; Stephen, 

144. 
Suore, 13, 208. 
Sorras, John, 87 ; Margaret, 

87. 
South, Isold, 141 ; Thomas, 141. 
Speake. or Speke, Sir George, 

51 ; Margaret, 51 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 8. 
Spencer, Margaret, 52, 127. 
Spevt, 150. 
Speet. 150; Anne, 1.50, 151 : 

Elizabeth, 151 ; Giles, 151 ; 

Grissell, 151 ; Henry, 151 ; 

Margaret, 150, 151 ; Mary, 

150 ; Richard, 151 : Roberr, 

151 ; Theophilia, 151 ; Sir 
Thomas, 1.50 ; Thomas, 151 ; 
Ursula, 151. 

Spicer, Anne, 205. 

Spilmnn, 122. 

Spilman, Sir John. 122 ; Mar- 
garet, 122 ; Nicholas, 122 ; 
Thomas, 122. 

Spinney, or Spines, Eleanor, 
162; Guy, 162. 

Sporeare, William. 35. 

Spi-ake, Elizabeth, 39 ; Sir 
George, 39. 

Spring, Anne, 82 ; Sir William, 

St. Alban, Blanch, 268, 269 ; 
John. 268, 269 ; Thomas, 268. 
Stafford, Humphrey, Duke of 
Buckingham, 58; Sir Hum- 
phrey, 260 ; John, 260; Mar- 
garet, 260. 
Stalake. See Slanlake. 

Stanlake, Fortune. 67; William, 
67. 

Stanley. Anne, 144 ; Catherine, 
144 ;■ Edward, Earl of Derby. 
129, 135 ; Ferdinand, Earl of 
Derby, 237 ; John, 144 ; Mar- 
garet, 129, 135; Mary, 237; 
Thomas, Lord, 144. 

Stanshaw, Isabel, 128, 132 : 
Robert. 128, 1.32. 

Stanter, jane, 129. 

Stapleton, Anne, 273, 278 ; Sir 
Richard, 273, 278 ; Thomas, 
239, 240 ; Ursula, 239, 240. 

Starkey, Catherine, 210, 235. 

Staunton. 126. 

Staunton, Abraham. 96 ; Isabel, 
126 ; Sir John, 126 ; John, 
96 ; Marearet, 126. 

St.Barhe. 127. 

St. Barbe, Elizabeth, 127 ; Tho- 
mas, 127. 

St. aare, 246. 

St. Clare, Eleanor, 246 ; John, 
246 ; Margaret. 246 ; Philip, 
246 ; Thomai!, 246. 

Steede, Joane, 57; —143. 

Stenmarih, 15C, 



307 



Stenmarsh, Elizabeth, 156 ; 
John, 156. 

Steplie.tis, 151. 

Stephens, 151 ; Abigail, 152 ; 
Amy, 152 ; Anne, 11, 151- 
153"; Catherine, 11, 32, 152, 
153; Chomley, 152; Edith, 
152; Edward, 151-153 ; Eliza- 
beth, 41, 151-153 ; Frances, 
152; Francis, 162, 153; Han- 
nah, 152, 153 ; Henry, 152, 
153 ; Hester, 153, 225 ; Isaaci 
32 ; James, 152 ; John, 11, 
151-153 ; Margaret, 152 ; 
Mary, 151-163 ; Nathaniel, 
152, 153; Philip, 153; Rich- 
ard, 151-153 ; Robert, 152, 

153 ; Sarah, 152, 153 ; Tho- 
mas, 41, 151, 163; Truman, 
152; William, 152. 153; — , 
61, 153. 

Sternhokl, — , 112. 

Steward, Elizabeth, 118 ; Dr. 
Nicholas, 118; — , 36. 

Stewart. Mary, \ii ; Nicholas, 
144. 

St. Fagon, Hawise, 172. 

St. George, Amice. 194 ; Anne, 
137 ; Baldwin, 194 ; Richard, 
Norroy. 195. 

St. Ililary, 182. 

Stilem.an, or Stilmaman, An- 
thony. 263 ; Edith, 263. 

Stiles, Dorothy, 141 ; John, 141. 

Stittesbury. Ann, 99. 

Stiventon, John, 26 ; Mary, 26. 

St. John. Anne, 52. 127 ; Eliza- 
beth, il5 ; Sir John, 52, 90, 
127; Lucy, 90; Luke, Lord, 34. 

St. Leger, John, 87 ; Margaret. 
87. 

St. Lit, 182. 

St. Lis, James, 275 ; Matilda, 
275. 

St. Lowe, Agnes. 257, 258 ; Sir 
John, 134. 257, 258; Mar- 
garet, 134. 

St. Maurc, — . 22. 

Stokn, 155. 

Stoke. Eleanor, 155 ; William, 
155. 

Stoh:i, 153. 

Stokes, 153; Alice. 154 ; Anne, 
1.54; Anthony, 32, 48, 154; 
Barbara, 154 ; Bridget, 154 ; 
Christopher, 154 ; Edward, 
154; Elizabeth, 154; Jane, 
32, 48, 154 ; John, 154 ; Mary, 

154 ; Rebecca. 1.54 ; Samuel, 
154 ; Thomas, 153, 154. 

Stcmc, 259. 

Stone, 259 ; Alice. 259 ; Cathe- 
rine, 259 ; Dorothy, 259 ; 
Elizabeth, 151 ; Frances, 259; 
Henry, 259 ; John. 151, 259 ; 
Margaret, 259 ; Mary, 259 ; 
Thomas, 259 ; William, 259. 

Stoner, Francis, 5 ; Ursula, 5. 

Storky. Sec Starkey. 

Stourton, Anne, 140; Grace, 87; 
Sir John, 87 ; Lord, 140. 



Stowell, Ann, 213 ; Robert, 213. 

St. Philbert, Isabella, 277 ; Sir 
Mark, 277. 

St. Poole, 126. 

St. Poole, Margaret, 126 ; Sir 
Peter, 126 ; Thomas, 126. 

Stradling, Agnes, 98 ; Alice, 
268 ; Anne, 268 ; Edmund, 
268 ; Sir Edward, 50, 180 ; 
Elizabeth, 268 ; Gwenlian, 
133 ; Joane, 50 : John, 268 ; 
Eatheriue, 50, 180; William, 
98, 133. 

Stranffe, 154, 222. 

Steange, 154, 222; Anne, 154, 
222, 237. 247 ; Anthony, 154 ; 
Edmund, 155 ; Edward, 155 ; 
Elizabeth, 1.54, 155, 222; 
Florence, 155; Gertrude, 155; 
Henry. 155 ; Horneys, 155 ; 
Isabella, 277; Jane, "24, 154 : 
Joane. 154, 222, 271, 276; 
Jshn, Lord, 271, 276, 277; 
Margaret, 154, 222, 247, 277 ; 
Mary, 155 ; Matilda, 277 ; 
Michael, 222 ; Morris, 155 ; 
Peter, 154 ; Richard, Lord, 
277 ; Richard, 155, 222 ; Ro- 
bert, Lord, 277 ; Robert, 154, 
222, 247 ; Roger, 222 ; Wal- 
ter, 154, 155 ; William, 24, 
154, 222 ; — , Earl of Derby, 
237. 

Strangways, Frances, 115 ; 
Giles, 115. 

Stratford, 155, 174. 

Stbatfoed, 155 ; Abigail, 156 ; 
Alice. 156, 157, 207 ; Anne, 

156. 157; Anthony, 156, 157, 
169; Catherine, 156; Charles, 
157 ; Christian, 156, 265 ; 
Edward, 157 ; Eleanor, 103, 
155-157; Elizabeth, 155-158; 
Ferdinaudo, 156 ; Frances, 
156; George, 156,157; Guy, 
157 ; Henry, 156, 157 ; Jane, 

157, 169, 231 ; Joane, 221 ; 
John, 11, 103, 155-157, 207, 
221, 265 ; Joyce, 156, 157 ; 
Judith, 156 ; Margaret, 11, 
156, 157 ; Martha, 175 ; Mary, 
157; M.aud, 155; Rachel. 158; 
Richard, 156, 157 ; Robert, 
156, 157 ; Rouse, 157 ; Sir 
Stephen, 155 ; William, 156- 
158; — , 174. 

Strelley, Anne, 14; Su- Anthony, 

14 ; Joane, 14 ; John, 14. 
Strickland, Catherine,87; John, 

87. 
Strode, Beatrice, 205 ; Bridget, 

205 ; Sir Hugh, 205. 
Stubbs, Jane, 251 ; John, 251. 
Stump, Maude, 170 ; Stephen, 

170. 
Sudgntve, 246. 
SudgroTe, Alice, 246 ; Joane, 

246 ; John, 246. 
Sully, 271. 276. 
Sully, Elizabeth, 271, 276 ; 

Sir Walter, 271, 276. 



Surman, Alice, 120; John, 120. 

Sutton, Catherine, 148 ; Con- 
stance, 22 ; John, Lord Dud- 
ley, 22 ; William, 148. 

Swetenham, Alice, 177 ; Wil- 
liam, 177. 

Swinerton, Elizabeth, 245 ; 
Roger, 245. 

Swinford, Sir John, 257 ; Mar- 
garet, 257, 258 ; Sir Thomas, 
257, 258. 

SijdenJiam. 182. 

Sydenham, Alexander, 135; Eli- 
■zabeth,135.216; George,123; 
Jane, 123 ; Sir John, 216, 
236 ; John, 129, 135, 210 ; 
Ursula, 129, 13.5, 236, 

Symmes, Elizabeth, 9; Henry, 9. 

Symond, John, 36. 

Synwnds, 158. 

SymondS, 158; Anne, 158; 
Edward, 158 ; Elizabeth, 158; 
Frances, 158 ; Giles, 158 ; 
Margaret, 158; Mary, 158; 
Matthew. 158 : Robert, 158 ; 
Thomas, 158. 



Talbott, Catherine, 235 ; Eliza- 
beth, 115, 272 ; George, E.arl 
of Shrewsbury, 246 ; Gilbert, 
272; Johanna, 115 ; Sir John, 
Lord Lisley, 115; John, 273 ; 
Richard, Lord, 235. 

Talboys, 158 ; Eleanor, 158 ; 
Emma, 159 ; Isabel, 158 ; 
John, 168, 159; Lydia, 159; 
Mary, 159; Richard. 158, 159; 
Robert. 158 ; Thomas, 158, 
159 ; Trinianus, 159. 

Tiime, 260. 

Tame, 260 ; Agnes, 260 ; Alice, 
260; Catherine. 51, 260 ; Sir 
Edmund, 260 ; Edmund, 260 ; 
Sir Edward, 51 ; Elizabeth, 
260 ; Jane, 260 ; Joane, 93 ; 
John, 93, 260 ; Margaret, 
260; Thomas, 260; William, 
260. 

Tanfeld, Anne, 4. 

Tateshall, Mabel, 276 ; Robert, 
Lord, 276. 

Taverner, John, 65 ; Joyce, 65 ; 
Judith, 05 ; Roger, 65. 

Tayer, Edward, 198. 

Taylor, 159. 

Taylok, 159 ; Agues, 159 ; 
Alice, 71, 160; Cicely, 159; 
Edith, 160; Eleanor, 159; 
Elizabeth,54, 160; Giles, 159; 
Humphrey, 91 ; Isaac, 25 ; 
Isabel, 160 ; Joane, 159, 160; 
John, 159; Margaret, 25, 159 ; 
Mary, 159 ; Michael, 71 ; 
Richard, 159, 160; Thomas, 
159,100; Valerian, 182; Wil- 
liam, 47, 160. 

Taynton, Eleanor, 140. 
Teca, Guy, son of, 130. 



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THE VISITATION OF GLOUCBSTERSHIKE. 



Teste, Alice. 40; Giles, 40; 
Grace, 40 ; Joaue, 40 ; John, 
40; Lawreujc, 40; Margaret, 
40 ; Mary, 40 ; William, 40. 

Tewdor, Hull ap Rees ap, 114. 

Teye, Anne, 14 ; William, 14. 

Theodore, or Thecher, Alice, 26 ; 
William, 26. 

Therlton, Joane, 255 ; Sir John, 
255. 

Thexton, El., 38 ; Sir John, 38. 

Thomas. Frances, 44 ; Henry, 
44. 

Thomlinsou, John, 9 ; Margaret, 
9. See Tomliuson. 

Thoruborouah. Jane, 01 ; John, 
Bp.uf Worcester, 61. 

Tlionu; 160. 

Thorxe, 160 ; Alice, 161 ; Brid- 
get, 161 ; Catherine, 161 ; 
Edward. 161; Elizabeth, 160, 
161 ; Frances, 161 ; Isabel, 
160 ; James, 161 ; Joane, 161 ; 
John, 161 ; Lawrence, 161 ; 
Margery. 160, 161 ; Marion, 
161 ; Mary, 161; Maude, 161; 
ilirabell, ICl ; Nicholas. 161 ; 
Kichard, 161 ; Robert, IGO, 

161 ; Rose, 160 ; Thomas. 
160 ; William, 161. 

Thvniehunj. 174. 
Thornebm-y, Joane, 174. 
Thornton. Elizabeth, 66; John, 

66. 
Thorpe, Margaret, 163; Thomas, 

163 ; Ursula, 149 ; William, 

149. 
Throgmorton, 162. 
Theogmorton, 162 ; Agnes, 

162 ; Lady Alice, 68, 163 ; 
Alice, 213 ; Anne, 163, 167 ; 
Anthony, 157, 163 ; Sir Bay n- 
ham, 168, 164 ; Caroline, 164 ; 
Lady Catherine, 164 ; Cathe- 
rine, 117, 147, 163, 164, 240, 
272 ; Christopher, 163, 236 ; 
Cicely, 15. 163. 2.i6, 241 ; 
Eleanor. 162. 163; Elizabeth, 
9. 14. 94. 162, 163, 236, 250; 
Ellen, 163 ; Francis. 165 ; Sir 
George. 147,250. 272 ; George, 

163 ; Giles, 162 ; Hojiton, 16^3 ; 
Jane, 163 ; Sir John, 162 : 
John. 162, 163, 165, 236; 
Judith, 165 ; Margaret, 162, 
163, 165. 268, 269; Lady 
Marv, 164 ; Mary, 157, 163 ; 
Matilda, 162 ; Meriell, 9 ; Sir 
Nicholas, 68, 163 ; Nicholas, 
163 ; Sir Robert, 117 ; Robert, 
14, 162, 282 ; Simon, 162 ; 
Sir Thomas, 9, 163, 164, 268, 
269 ; Thomas, 9, 162, 165, 167, 
213, 268 ; Sir William, 15, 
163, 164, 241 ; William, 94, 
163, 213. 

riirogrymc. 182, 271, 274. 
Throgryme, Henry, 272, 277 ; 

Thurbarne, James, 56; Mary, 56. 
Thurgryn, 182. 



Thurles, Elizabeth, 135 ; Tho- 
mas, Lord, 135 ; — , Earl of 
Ormond. 135. 

Thurston, Edward, 193. 

Thynn, 164. 

Thynn, 164 ; Alice, 164 ; Chris- 
tian, 164 ; Eleanor, 164 ; 
Francis, 164 ; Sir John. 164 ; 
John, 164 ; Sir Thomas, 164; 
Thomas. 164. 

Tichborne, Elizabeth, 31. 

Tilen, Mary, 68 ; Richard. 68. 

Tiler, John, 160 ; Mary, 160 ; 
William, 198. 

Tindall, 168. 

Tindall, Catherine, 168 ; Ed- 
ward, 168 ; Joane, 170; John, 
170 ; Mary, 124 ; Thomas, 
124, 168. See Tyndall. 

Tipping, Elizabeth, 46 ; George, 
46. 

Tirrell, 162. 

Tirrell, Sir Edward, 171 ; Mary, 
171. See Tyrrell. 

Tomes, Agnes, 113. 

Tomkins. James, 210, 235 ; Jane, 
210, 235. 

Tomlinson, John, 103 ; Mary, 
103. See Thoralinson. 

Toms, James, 231. 

Tonnehill, Elizabeth, 75 ; Rich- 
ard, 75. 

Toots, See Sackville. 

Toppes, Diones, 259 ; Dorothy, 
259 ; Godfrey, 259. 

Torrington, 172. 

Tovey, Joane, 32 ; John, 32, 

Towers, 260, 

Towers, 260; John, 260; Mar- 
garet, 260, 

Townley, Anne, 136 ; Blanch. 
136 ; Nicholas, 136. 

Tracy, 165. 

Tract, 165, 262; Alexander, 
166 ; Alice, 165. 166, 213 ; 
Anne, 163. 165-168; Anthony. 
167; Barbara, 165, 166; Brid- 
get, 167; Catherine, 147, 166, 
167 ; Dorothy, 167 ; Edmund, 
167 ; Edward, 168 ; Eleanor, 
167 ; Elizabeth, 14, 165-167, 
237 ; Eva, 262; Ferdinando, 
168 ; Frances, 167, 186 ; Fran- 
cis, 167 ; Giles, 167. 186 ; 
Henrietta, 168 ; Henry. 14, 
165, 167, 262 ; Hester^ 165, 
166 ; Horatio, 167 ; Hum- 
phrey, 166 ; Sir John, 163, 
16.5, 167, 237 ; John, 166-168 ; 
Judith, 165 ; Lucv, 8, 166 ; 
Margaret, 157. 165-167, 216, 
257, 258, 261 ; Mary, 166, 167 ; 
Matilda, 262 ; Nathaniel, 165, 
166; Nicholas, 167; Oliver, 
262 ; Sir Paul, 8, 166, 168 ; 
Paul. 166 ; Philip, 166. 167 ; 
Philippa, 166 ; Ralph, 165 ; 
Sir Richard, 166, 167 ; Rich- 
ard. 165, 166 ; Robert, 157, 
165-168; Samuel, 147, 166; 
Saunders. 166; Selina, 168; 



Shakeriey, 166 ; Susan, 165, 

166 ; Thomas, 166, 167 ; Hon. 

Thomas Charles, 168 ; Vicesi- 

mus, 166 ; William, 157, 165- 

167, 257, 258. 
Trappes, Anne. 24 ; Sir Francis, 

5 ; John, 24 ; Mary, 5. 
Tregayne, 97. 
Tregothin, 97. 
Tregoz, Isabel, 233. 
Treheme, Madock ap, 179. 
Trenchard. Ann, 228 ; Thomas, 

228. 
Trenoth, 97. 
Tresham, William, 246. 
Treswell , Robert, Somerset 

Herald, 74. 
Trevor, John. 234 ; Mary, 234 ; 

Sir Richard, 234. 
Trigg, Jane, 101 ; John, 198. 
Trillovv, Joane, 255 ; Sir John, 

Trippet, Charles, 197 ; Eliza- 
beth, 42 ; Richard, 42, 197. 

Trivett, Joane, 205 ; Sir John, 
205. 

Trotman, 168. 

Trotman, 168 ; Anne, 30, 35, 
105, 168. 169. 174, 253 ; Cathe- 
rine, 168, 169 ; Cecilia, 168 ; 
Charles, 169 ; Edward, 168, 
169.196,231; Elizabeth, 169; 
Frances, 77 ; Hannah, 169 ; 
Henry. 77; Is.abel, 169; Jane. 

169, 196, 231 ; Joane, 168 ; 
John, 253 ; Mary, 32 ; Philip, 
169 ; Richard, 105, 168, 169, 
174 ; Samuel, 168 ; Thomas, 
32,35,168,169; Throgmorton, 
169 ; William, 168, 169, 

Truman. Arthur, 153 ; Eliza- 
beth. 153, 

Trtissdl. 126, 

Trussell, Margaret, 127. 

Try, 169. 

Try, Alice, 171 ; Anne, 41, 171 ; 
Anthony, 170 ; Cassandra, 
171; Catherine, 51, 170,171, 
258; Cicely, 264; Edw.ard, 

170, 171,242; Eleanor, 171 ; 
EUzabeth, 170, 171, 242 ; 
Frjinces, i71 ; Francis, 171 ; 
George, 170 ; Henry, 171 ; 
Isabel, 170; John, 170, 171, 
242, 258 ; Margaret, 170, 171 ; 
Mary, 170, 171 ; Peregrine, 
171 ; Rawlin, 170; Susannah, 
171 ; Thomas, 170, 171 : Wil- 
liam. 41, 170, 171,264. 

Turberville, Jane, 14 ; — , 257, 

258. 
Turner, Anne, 186 ; Robert, 186 ; 

— , 137. 
Tutt. Henry. 69 ; Lettice, 69. 
Tuttv, Catherine, 58 ; John, 58. 
Tweydall, Elizabeth, 37. 
Tirinyho. 51, 262. 
TWINYHO, 262 ; Alice, 260 ; 

Ankarett, 263 ; Anne, 263 ; 

Catherine, 263 ; Christian, 

263; Edith, 51, 263; Edward, 



263 ; John, 263 ; Walter, 263 ; 
William, 262, 263. 

Twysell, Philadelphia, 206 ; 
Thomas, 206. 

Tyldesley, Ellen, 46. 

Tyler, Elizabeth, 1 ; Henry, 1 ; 
William, 1. 

Ttindall, 263. 

Tyndall, 263 ; Avis, 263 ; 
Edmoud, 263 ; Elizabeth, 
268; Esperaucia, 263 ; Fran- 
cis. 263 ; George, 263 ; Mary, 
263 ; Orian, 263 ; Thomas, 
263. See Tindall. 

Tyrrell, Margaret, 265. See 
Tirrell. 

Tyrnj, 182, 271, 274. 

Tyrry, Alice, 273, 278 ; Jane, 
273, 278 ; William, 273, 277, 
278. 



Underhill, Anne, 272 ; Mary 
172; Richard, 172 ; Thomas, 

Un win, Eleanor, 21 ; John, 199 

Simon. 21. 
Upton, Jasper, 163 ; Mary, 163 



Vachell, Mary, 259 ; Stephen, 

259. 
Valenee, Isabel, 180 ; William, 

180. 
Vallec, Aiken, 100 : Lambert, 



100. 



Ro- 



Vampage, Elizabeth, 
bert, 86. 

Vanne, 13, 14. 

Vanne, Margaret, 14 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 14. 

Vare, or Vaure, Anne, 103 ; 
Thomas, 103. 

Vavgknn, 264. 

Vadghan, 264 ; Agnes, 170 ; 
Anne, 105. 136, 18.5, 201,202 ; 
Arthon, 264 ; Catherine, 66, 
116 ; Davey Watkin, 104 ; 
Edith, 104 ; Edmond, 170 ; 
Edward, 116; Elizabeth, 36. 
71,181,188,264; Ellen, 264 ; 
Sir Hugh, 136 ; Ivan, 264 ; 
Jane. 104 ; Jenkin, 104 ; 
Joane, 15, 241 ; John, 15, 
241 ; Margaret, 163 ; Mary, 
139 ; Nathaniel, 36 ; Sir 
Richard, 71 ; Richard, 105, 
264 ; Roger, 201 ; Walter, 
185, 264; Watkin, 66, 181, 
188, 202 ; William, 163 ; — , 
57. 

Vaulx, Bridget, 265 ; Nicholas, 
Lord, 265. 

Vaux, Elizabeth. 31 ; John, 36 ; 
William, 31. 

Veale, 13, 162, 171, 172, 208. 



Vele, or Veale, 171 ; Agnes, 
173; Alice, 129, 172, 173; 
Anne, 15, 171-173; Bridget, 
172 ; Catherine. 173 ; Cecilia, 

172 ; Dorothy, 173, 174; Ed- 
ward, 173,174 ; Eleanor, 172, 

173 ; Elizabeth. 129, 133, 
171-173; Ellen, 174; George, 
173 ; Godfrey, 172 ; Hawise, 

172, 173 ; Henry, 172 ; Jane, 
173 ; Joane, 172 ; John, 171- 
173 ; Leonard, 208 ; Margaret. 
172-174; Mary, 172, 174,208; 
Matilda, or Maud, 171, 172 ; 
May, 17:; ; Nicholas, 173, 174 ; 
Sir Peter, 172, 173 ; Peter, 

173, 174 ; Philip. 174 ; Rich- 
ard, 173,174 ; Robert, 15, 129, 
133, 172, 173 ; Susanna, 173, 
174; Thomas, 171-174; Wil- 
liam. 171-174. 

Vere, Sir Horatio, 167 ; Mary, 
167. 

Verney, Alice, 260 ; Anne, 129, 
135 ; Edmund, 260 ; Eliza- 
beth, 260 ; Sir Ralph, 129, 135 ; 
Richard, 260 ; Thomas, 260. 

Vernon, Margaret, 54 ; Pernell, 
54 ; Ralph7 54. 

Vichan, Catherine, 102 ; Philip, 
102, 130; Resius, 130. 

Vilnemie, or Vilveine, Eleanor, 
83 ; Dr. Robert, 83. 

Vincent, Anne, 171 ; William, 
171. 

Vinon, Hugh, 232 ; Sir John, 
232 ; Petronilla, 232. 

Visard, John, 199. 

Vudall, or Vuedale, — , 125. 

Vyell,' or Vyall, Jane, 87 ; John, 
87 ; Susanna, 173. 



W 

Wade, Elizabeth, 101 ; John, 
108 ; Sarah, 99; Thomas, 101 ; 
William, 99. 

Wake, Baldwin, Lord, 277 ; 
Mary, 161 ; Matilda, 277 ; 
Sir Richard, 161. 

Wakeman, 174. 

Wakeman, 174 ; Alice, 174 ; 
Anne, 42, 174. 175; Edward, 
174, 175 ; Eleanor, 175 ; Eliza- 
beth. 174, 175 ; Frances, 77 ; 
Grisogon, 175 ; Henry, 77, 
175 ; Joane, 174 ; John, Bp. 
of Gloucester, 174 ; John, 42, 
174,175; Joyce, 175; Kathe- 
rine, 118, 174, 175; Margaret, 
175 ; Mary, 11, 175; Rich- 
ard, 174, 175 ; Roger, 174 ; 
Thomas, 175 ; Ursula. 175 ; 
William, 11, 118, 174, 175. 

Walby, Margaret, 180, 188; Sir 
William, 180, 188. 

Walcott, Charles, 116 ; Eliza- 
beth, 116 ; Joane, 182 ; John, 
116, 182; Mary, 116. 



Waldron. See Walrond. 
Wale, Catherine, 161 ; Samuel, 

161. 
Wales, Elizabeth, 134 ; Nicho- 
las, 134. 
Wales, Henry, Prince of, 151. 
Walgrave, Jane, 268. 
Walker, Ann, 107 ; Anthony, 

l.-)9; Cicely, 159: Joanna, 2; 

Marv, 161 ; Sir Richard, 161 ; 

William, 2. 
Wall, Bridget. 27 ; Dorothv, 27 ; 

George, 211 ; Mary, 211. 
Waller, Elizabeth, 10. 186 ; 

Ralph, 10 ; William, 186. 
Wallis, Anne, 179 ; Isabel, 180 ; 

Robert, 179 ; Sir William, 

Wiilroiid, 264. 

Waleond, or Waldron, 264 ; 
Cicely. 264 ; Edith, 264 ; 
Elizabeth, 73 ; George, 186 ; 
Hester, 186 ; Humphrey, 73 ; 
Jane, 264 ; Robert, 264 ; Tho- 
mas, 264 ; William. 264. 

Walsh, 264. 

Walsh, 264 ; Anne, 134, 265 ; 
Bridget, 265 ; Catherine, 93, 
265 ; Elizabeth, 148, 264 ; 
Sir John, 41, 134 ; John, 93, 
264, 265 ; Mabel, 41, 2G5 ; 
Margaret, 265 ; Mary, 8 ; 
Morris, 265 ; Nicholas,"8. 

Walsingham, Elizabeth, 65 ; Sir 
Francis, 65 ; William, 65. 

Walter, Elizabeth, 10, 16; Ralph, 
10 ; Thomas, 198 ; — , 16. 

Walton, Ann, 261. 

Wnln-i/n, 175, 265. 

Walwyn, 175, 265 ; Alexander, 
16 ; Alice, 14 : Anne, 156, 
157, 263 ; Barbara, 265 ; 
Blanch, 201, 202 ; Bridtret, 
265; Catherine, 29; Christian, 
156,205; Edmund, 265 ; Ed- 
ward, 156, 157, 175, 265; 
Eleanor. 172; Elizabeth, 13 ; 
Eustace, 265 ; Foulk, 14, 265 ; 
Francis. 172 ; George, 175, 
265 ; Isabel, 49, 244 ; Jane, 
14, 265 ; John, 175, 265 ; 
Judith, l'o4 ; Margaret, 16, 
265 ; Martha, 175 ; '^Nicholas, 
244, 265 ; Richard, 14, 265 ; 
Simon, 265 ; Susan, 175, 265 ; 
Thomas, 13, 14, 29, 49, 201, 
202, 265 ; Walter, 254 ; Wil- 
liam, 14, 265 ; — , 210, 233, 

Ward,' Ann, 175. 

Ware, Anne, 103 ; Thomas, 
103. 

Warne, James, 198 ; John, 198 ; 
Richard, 198. 

Warneford, Ann, 54, 110 ; Cathe- 
rine, 150 ; John. 54, 110, 150 ; 
Joyce, 189, 190 ; William, 
189, 190. 

Warner, Catherine, 99 ; Mar- 
garet, 99 ; Richard, 91) ; Tho- 
mas, 99 ; William, 199. 



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THE VISITATION OV GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Wnrnested, i. 

Wariiested, Agnes, i ; Richard, 4. 

WarnfeiW. See Warueford. 

Warren, 176, 243. 

Waeken, 176 : Alice, 176 ; 
Anne, 176 ; Bridget, 176 ; 
Christian. 176 ; Cicely, 176 ; 
Dorothy, 7 ; Giles. 176 ; Hes- 
ter. 176 ; .lane, 176 ; John, 
7,176; Lawrence, 17G ; Mar- 
garet. 176 ; Mariana, 243 ; 
Mary, 67, 68, 176 ; MilUcent, 
176 ; Richard, 176, 197 ; 
Stephen, 176 ; Thomas. 176 ; 
William, 67, 68. 243. 

Washborne, -John, 225, 261 ; 
Katherine, 225 ; Margaret, 
261 ; Norman. 86. 

Watkin, Ann, 105 ; Richard, 
105. 

Watson, 266. 

Watson, 266 ; Agnes, 266 ; 
Ancarett, 266 ; Anne. 42 ; 
Jane. 136 ; John, Bp. of Win- 
chester. 266 ; John. 266 ; 
Mary, 7. 266 ; Dr. Richard, 
136 ; Thomas, 7, 266 ; Wil- 
liam, 42, 266. 

Watts, Agnes, 160; Anne, 168 ; 
Anthony. 160 ; Christopher, 
160 ; Isabel, 160 ; Jane, 160 ; 
John. 160; Morris, 160; Rich- 
ard, 168 ; Thomasine, 160. 

Wayte, Elizabetha, 77 ; Henry, 
77. 

Weale, Joane, 96. 

Weaver, Eleanor. 269 ; Isabella, 
261 ; John, 261, 269. 

WeU, 244. 

Webb, Alice, 244 ; Anue, 222 ; 
Christian, 32 ; Elizabeth, 56, 
91, 158, 222 ; Hester, 101^ 
Joaue, 67. 96 ; Mary, 91 ; 
Nicholas, 32 ; Richard. 91 ; 
Thomas, loS, 222 ; William, 
88.244 ; —,42, 160. 

Webley, Alice, 27 ; Joane, 172 ; 
Thomas, 27 ; William, 1 72. 

Weekes, Anne, 23 ; Elizabeth, 
129, 134; John, 93 ; Mar- 
garet. 274 ; Matilda, or Maud, 
93 ; Nicholas. 129, 134: Tho- 
mas. 274 ; —278. ,Si?eWykes. 

Weldon. Elizabeth, 85 ; Fran- 

Welford. See Wesford. 

Well, Henry, 100 ; Joane, 96 ; 
Margaret, 100. 

Welle-iUnirne, 21. 

Wellesbourne. Cicely. 236 ; Do- 
rothy, 90, ' 265 ; John. 21, 
236 ; Martha, 21 ; Oliver, 21, 

Wells, Catherine, 163 ; John, 
197 ; Sir Richard, 163. 

Welsh, 266. 

Welsh, 266 ; Adam. 266 : Ann, 
129 ; Anthony, 163, 266 ; 
Christopher, 266 ; Edward, 
269 ; Hugh, 43 ; James, 266 ; 
Sir John, 266 ; John, 129 ; 



Wil- 



Katherine. 127 ; Margaret, 
163,269; Richard, 127 ; Wil- 
liam, 266. 
Weme, Nicholas, 37 ; Thoma- 

Wentworth.Anne, 5 ; Elizabeth, 
65 ; Peter, 65 ; Sir William, 5. 

Weoley, 177. 

Weoley, 177 ; Alice, 177 ; An- 
thony. 177 ; Christopher. 177 ; 
Clerient, 1 77 ; Elizabeth, 177 ; 
Ezeki.'l. 177 : Henry, 177 : 
Joaue, 177; John. 177; Mar- 
garet, 177 ; JLiry, 177 ; Ralph, 
177 ; Richard. "l77 ; Robert, 
177; Roger, 177; Stephen. 
177; Thomas, 177 ; William, 
177. 

Wescole, Ann, 215 ; Ralph, 
215. 

Wesford, or Welford, Eleanor, 
84; John, 84. 

West, Catherine. 89, 277 ; Han- 
nah, 169 ; Richard, Lord 
Delaware, 89, 277. 

Westbury, Dorothy, 141 
liam, 141. 

Wester, Elizabeth, 107; Wil- 
liam, 107. 

Westmaucoit, John, 191. 192; 
Lettice. 191; William, 192. 

Weston, Anne, 15 ; Edward, 15 ; 
Margaret, 51 ; Sir Richard, 
51. 

Westrowe, Aune, 25 ; Thomas, 
25. 

Westwood, Robert, 118 ; Thoma- 
sine, 118. 

Weyton, Margaret. 272. 

Whatcrofte, Thomas, 3. 

Wheeler, Alice, 11 ; Richard, 
11 ; — , 71. 

Whelar, or Wheller, Bridget, 
265 ; John, 265. 

White, Elizabeth, 31 : George, 
31 ; Joane. 210 ; Sir John, 
24; John, 251; Joseph, 197; 
Katherine, 24 ; Mary, 251 ; 
Sir Thomas, 24 ; William, 
210; — , 234. 

Whitehead, Elizabeth, 3 ; Tho- 
mas, 3. 

Whiteing, Mary, 108. See 
Wiuchcombe. 

Whitfield, Clement, 24 ; Marv, 
24. 

Whitipole, Joane, 161 ; John, 
161. 

Whitmay, John, 85 ; Margaret, 
35. 

Whitinm-e, 249. 

WTiitmore. Elizabeth, 24S, 249 ; 
Richard, 248, 249. 

Whitney, 267 ; Anne. 267 : 
Blanch, 267 ; Elizabeth. 22, 
267 ; Eustatius, 75 ; Isabel, 
267 ; Sir James, 267 ; James, 
267 ; Margaret, 267 ; Mary, 
75,216 ; Nicholas, 267 ; Peryn, 
201 ; Richard, 267 ; Sir Ro- 
bert, 22 ; Robert, 267 ; Sir 



Thomas, 201 ; Thomas. 267 ; 

William, 267. 
Whitoxmeade. Cicely, 264. 
Whitson, Jane, 113 ; Philip, 113 ; 

Walter, 113. 
Whittingham, 267 ; Alice, 

267 ; Catherine, 267 ; George. 

267 ; John, 267 ; Roger, 267 j 

Thomas, 267. 
WhitUngton, 125, 162. 178, 269. 
Whittington, 178, 267, 269; 

Abigail, 178; Alexander, 268- 

270 ; Alice, 33, 178. 268, 269 ; 

Anne, 178, 268, 269 ; Blanch, 

268, 269 ; Bridget, 86, 270 ; 

Catherine, 269, 270 ; Charles, 

178 ; Christopher, 268, 269 ; 
Dorothy, 37, 178, 269, 270 ; 
Edmund, 270 ; Edward, 178 ; 
Eleanor, 178,269, 270; Eliza- 
beth, 125, 268-270 ; Guy. 178, 
267, 270 ; Henry, 270 ; James, 
178; Jane, 178. 251, 268-270; 
Joane, 178; John, 37, 86, 178, 
251, 268-270 ; Joyce, 178 ; 
Margaret, 163, 178, 187, 268- 
270; Marv, 178. 268, 270; 
Maude, 187 ; Philip, 270 ; 
Richard. 178, 270; Robert, 
33, 178, 187 ; Rowland, 270 ; 
Silvester, 178 ; Susan, 269 ; 
Tacia, 178 ; Thomas. 125. 163, 
178, 187, 268-270; William, 
178, 268-270. 

Whitton, Elizabeth, 138. 

Wiche, Joane, 235 ; William. 
235. 

Widevill. See Wodvill. 

Wido. See Guy. 

Wigston, Alice, 98 ; Anne, 93 
Christian, 93 ; Elizabeth, 93 
John, 93; Katherine, 93 
Mary, 161 ; Roger, 98. 161 
William, 93. 

Wikes. See Weekes. 

Wilcockes, Elizabeth, 78 ; Rich- 
ard, 78 ; Rowland, 78. 

Wilcox. Anne, 7. 

Willenhall, Catherine, 259 ; 
Christian, 259. 

Willes, Henry, 251 ; Jane, 251 ; 
Marg.aret, 277 ; Maud, 270. 

Willford, Elizabeth. 247 ; Susan, 
166; Thomas, 166; William, 
166. 
Williams, 179. 

Williams, 179 ; Alice, 179 ; 
Anne, 124. 171, 179 ; Cathe- 
rine, 27 ; Dorothv. 14 ; Eliza- 
beth. 148, 164, 179 ; Francis, 

179 ; Jane, 251 ; Joane, 179 ; 
John, 148, 179 ; Lawrence, 
251 ; Mary. 179 ; Rich.ard, 
179 ; Roger, 14 ; Sir Trevor, 
164 ; Walter, 124, 179. 

Willington, 21. 

Willington, Anne, 21 ; Mar- 
garet, 228 : Mary, 222 ; WU- 
liam, 222. 

Willis, Christopher, 207. 

Willoughby, Elizabeth, 255. 



311 



■\Tilson, Agnes, 274, 278 ; Dr. 
Thomas, 274, 278. 

■\Vilt. Richard. 198. 

Wilton. Ladv Abbess of, I2.i. 

\^'ILT0N. 270; Alice, 270: Ann. 
270; Edmund. 270; Edward, 
270; Eleanor, 270; Elizabeth. 
270 ; Jane, 270 ; John, 270 ; 
Margaret, 270 ; Mary, 270 ; 
Maud, 270 ; Thomas, 270. 

Whi'-Jicmiibe, 7.S, 74. 

Winchcombe, Aron, 21fi ; Bene- 
dict, 74 ; Christian, 74 ; Ed- 
mund, 216; Frances. 216; 
Mary, 74 ; Thomas, 74. 

Winchcombe «?/«.? Whiteing, 
Mary, 83 ; Walter, 83. 

Winchester, William. Marquis 
of, 234. 

Winckle, Elizabeth, 35 ; Philip. 
3.i. 

Wincott, Christopher, 215; Isa- 
bel, 215. 

Window, John. 251 ; Margaret, 
251. 

Windsor, Eleanor, 175 ; W.alter, 
17.5. 

Winslowe, Agnes, 162. 

ir7«.?^)rt, 179. 

Winston, 179, 188 ; Albinia. 
182 ; Anne, 181, ISS; Bridget, 
181 ; Catherine. 180, 181, fs8; 
Dionisia, 181 ; Dorothy, 182 ; 
Drugo, 180 ; Edward", 182 ; 
Eleanor, 181, 182 ; Elizabeth, 
31, 181, 182, 188 ; George, 
182; Gilbert, 180,188; Giles, 
182; Sir Henry, 31. 181, 188; 
Henry, 181 ; Hester. 182 ; 
Hugh, 180; Isabel, 180; Ivo, 

180 ; James, 181 ; Jane, 181. 
188 ; Jenkin, 181, 188 ; Jevan. 
1S8; Joane, 180-182, 188; 
John, 180-182, 188; Judith, 

181 ; M.abel, 181 ; Margaret. 
16. 180, 181, 188; Mary. 1S2; 
Maude, ISS; Jlichacl. 181; 
Philip, ISO; Richard, 181 ; 
Robert, 181; Sarah, 182 ; Tho- 
mas, 181, 182, 188 ; Valerian, 

182 ; Sir Walter, 180; Walter, 
16, 180, 181. 188 ; Watkin, 
180, 181, 188; William, 182; 
Winifred, 188. See Jenkin. 

Wintell, Henry. 251 : Tacey,251. 

U'ilUei; 74, 182, 271, 272,' 274. 

Winter, 182, 271, 274; Agnes, 
274, 278 ; Alice, 183, 184, 273, 
279. 280, 282 ; Anne. 74, 124, 
171, 179, 182-184, 272, 274, 
277-281 ; Anthony, 184, 279, 
280 ; Arthur, 274, 278 ; Bene- 
dict, 183. 274, 280-282 ; Brid- 
get, 189, 274, 282 ; Catherine, 
147, 183, 184, 240, 272, 273, 
279, 280, 282 ; Cecil, 183, 280; 
Sir Charles, 183, 184, 280 ; 
Charles, 183, 184. 279, 280 ; 
Christopher, 183, 184, 279, 
280 ; Cirill, 282 ; Daniel. 184, 
280 ; Dorothy, 273 ; Sir Ed- 



wjird, 74, 273, 278 ; Edward. 
113, 183, 184, 273, 279-282 ; 
Egidius, 183 ; Eleanor, 94, 
18^, 273, 278, 280; Elizabeth. 
88. 183. 184, 2.39. 240. 244, 
272-274. 276-280, 282 : Fran- 
ces, 183. 280, 281 ; Sir George, 

183. 280. 2S1 ; Georce, 182- 

184. 189, 273, 274, 278-282; 
Gilbert, 272, 278 ; Giles. 183, 
1 84, 279, 280 ; Gr.ace. 281 ; 
Hannah, 184,279,280; Henry, 

183, 280, 282; James. 184, 
273, 278-280; Jane, 183, 272, 
273. 278. 279, 281 ; Joane, 

184. 272, 277, 279, 282 ; John. 
182. 183, 244, 272-274, 277- 
282 ; M.nrgaret, 1S3, 184, 272, 
271.276-281). 2S2 ; Lady Mary, 

153, 273, 2SI); Mary. 1.5.182- 

154, 273, 274, 278-282 ; Nicho- 
las. 27,!, L'7S : O'Bryan, 183, 
2.S0 ; Ralph, 27S : P;ando]ph, 



William, 101. 185 
233. 235. 



210, 



bert, 147 



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■ Rog 



271', I'Tr, : r,.,-,r, SS, 240,272, 
L'Tn, L'7:.L'7'.i L"^l,282; Sarah, 
IS], L'7'.i : Mi-:in, 281 ; Tho- 

Thomasiiic, 274, 281 ; Valen- 
tine, 279. 282 : Sir William, 
15, 273, 274, 278, 281; William, 
94. 182-184,231.272-274.277- 
282 ; Winifred, 184, 279, 280. 

Winvate, Aune. 17 ; Dorothy, 
174; Jane, 110; John, 17, 
110, 174, 197. 

Wirlev, Mary, 66 ; Valentine. 
66.' 

Wirwood, Anne, 113; John, 113. 

Wise. Catherine, 26 ; Urian, 26. 

Wisse. 228. 

WiSSE, 228 ; Ann. 228 ; Avis, 
228 ; Henry. 228 ; John, 228 ; 
LucTCtia. 228 ; Margaret, 228 ; 
Mary. 228 : Nicholas, 228 : 
Thomas, 228. 

Withe, Withoke, or Withole, 
Mary, 203 ; Thomas, 203. 

Withers, Anne, 54 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 54. 

Wifcton, — , 240. 

Woderoff, Sir Nicholas, 46. 

Wodvill, Anthony, Earl Rivers, 
129, 133 ; Gwonlian, 133 ; 
Margaret, 129, 133. 

Wogan. See Owgan. 

Wood, 184. 

Wood, 184 ; Anne. 185 ; An- 
thony, 185 ; Bridget, 185 ; 
Cassandra, 185 ; Cicely, 185 ; 
Daniel, 185 ; Elizabeth, 101, 
185 ; Gregory, 101 ; Hester, 
185 ; James, 101, 198 ; John, 
185 ; Judith, 185 ; Margaret, 
185, 195 ; Mary, 184. 185 ; 
Millicent, 185; Ralph, 197 ; 
Richard, 185, 195 ; Robert, 
184, 185 ; Rowland. 185; 
Silvanus, 185 ; Thomas, 185 ; 



stopher, 
Daniel, 
Eliza- 
Ellen, 
Henry. 
Hum- 



, 1.-9, 160, 
r:i 111,186; 
William, 



of. 



Woodcock, Anne. 35 ; John, 35. 

Woodford, Gamaliel. 245; Joyce, 
245. 

Woodhouse, Katherine, 251 ; 
Margaret. 251 ; Nicholas, 251. 

Woo(?ivtrrd, 26, 185. 

Woodward, 185 ; Agnes, 159 ; 
Alice. 160 ; Anne, 1, 26, 63, 
160, 186 ; Avioe. 1 ; Chris- 
tian. 81. 160 ; Chr 
160 ; Cicely, 160 ; 
160; Edward, 1.59 ; 
beth, 160, 167, 186; 
160.186; Giles, 1.59; 
186; Hester, 160, 186 ; 
phrev, 159 ; Jane, 160. 1S6 ; 
Joane, 1, 159, 160 ; John, 1, 
3, 26, 160, 185 ; Joii.athan, 
160 ; Joseph. 160; M.ary. 3. 
160,186; Morris, 160: Ralph, 
198 ; Rich.nrd, 1.-.9, 1(;0 ; 
Sar.ih, 160: Thomas, 
167. ls5, isi; : Trist 
Walter, 159, 160 ; 
1,59, 160. 186. 

Wootton, Robert, 16. 

Worcester, Edward, 
273, 278 ; Theophila, Countess 
of, 115 ; William, Earl of, 
115 ; — , Counte.ss of, 13. 

Worcombe, Joanna, 206 ; John, 
206. 

Worgan, Elizabeth, 242 ; John, 
242. 

Workman, Giles, 151; Margaret, 
151. 

Worley, Christopher, 198; Mary, 
66 ; Valentine, 66. 

Worrall, Edward, 5 ; Joane, 5. 
See Wyrrall. 

Worth, Bridget. 2.55 ; John, 255. 

Wrengford, Elizabeth, 37 ; John, 
37. 

Wriothesley, Barbara. 88; Cathe- 
rine, 2.56 ; Eleanor, 4 ; Sir 
John, Garter. 4, 88, 256 ; Mar- 
garet, 259 ; Thomas, 233. 

Write, George, 16. 

Wroughton, Anne, 126, 141 ; 
Sir Thomas, 164 ; Thomas, 
141 : Sir William, 126. 
fVi/ntf, 186. 

Wyatt, 186 ; Anne, 186 ; Eliza- 
beth, 43, 186 ; Frances, 167, 

186 ; John, 43, 167, 186 ; 
Ursula, 43, 186 ; William, 43, 
186. 

Wvdicombe, Isabella, 238, 239 ; 

Richard, 238, 239. 
Wye, 187. 
Wye, 187 ; Alexander. 187 ; 

Alice, 187 ; Andrew; 187 ; 

Anne, 165 ; Anthony, 187 ; 

Catherine, 187 ; Charles, 187; 

Elizabeth, 187, 192 ; Francis, 

187 ; George. 187 ; Giles, 187, 
226 ; Guy, 226 ; Isabel, 187 ; 
Jane, 187 ; John, 187 ; Judith, 
187 ; Mary, 187 ; Maud, 187 ; 



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THE VISITATION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Richard, 165, 187; Robert, 
187; Rusaa,187, 226; Thomas. 
187; William, ICo, 187. 

Wyke, Catherine, 195 ; John, 
195. 

Wykes, Edward, 41 ; Katherine, 
41 ; Margaret, 2.V0 ; Mary, 
1(19 ; Nicholas, 109 ; Thomas, 
280. See Wikes. 

VVykeware, Geffrey, 7; Hawis, 7. 

Wyld, 134. 

Wyld, Winifred, 184. 

Wyniate. See Wiuyate. 

Wyrrall, 189. 

Wyreall, 189 ; Alice, 84, 190 ; 
Anne, 189-191 ; Barbara, 190 ; 
Bridget, 189. 190. 274 ; Cathe- 
rine. 112, 189-191 ; Christo- 
pher, 189 ; Edmond. 189 ; 
Edward, lSy-191 ; Elizabeth, 
189, 191. 272. 27S ; Georee, 

- 106, 189-191. 274; Harriet. 
190: Isabel, 189. 190; Jane, 
191 ; Jenkin, 189. liHi: Jeph- 
thn, 190, 191 : Jnnne. 112, 
189-191 : John. 112. 189-191 ; 
Joyce, 189. 190; Margaret. 
189 ; Martha, 190, 191 : Mary, 
106, 189-.191 ; Matthew, 189; 
Maud, 189,190; Philip, 190; 



Philippa, 190 ; Pury, 190 
Richard, 190. 191; Sarah, 191 
Susan, 190 ; Thomas, 189-191 
William, 84, 1 89-191, 272, 278 

Wysam, Sir John, 72. 
Wytheypolle. See Whitipole. 



Y 

Yardley, Anne, 129, 133; Ed- 
ward, 129, 133. 

Tate, 191. 

Yatb.191 ; Abigail, 192 ; Anne, 
192, 193 ; Arethusa, 193 ; Brid- 
get, 192, 193 ; Catherine. 192 ; 
Charles, 193 ; Christopher, 

192 ; Edward, 250 ; Eleanora, 
124; Elizabeth, 80. 187, 192. 

193 ; Francis. 192, 293 ; Giles, 
192 ; Isabel. 193 ; James, 124, 
192 ; Jane. 192, 250 ; Joane, 
192. 193 ; John, 191-193 ; 
Joseph, 192, 193 ; Joj'ce, 193 ; 
Lawrence, 193 ; Leonard, 80 ; 
Margaret, 109, 191-193. 212; 
Mark, 192; Mary, 192, 193 ; 
May, 192, 193; Nathaniel, 193; 
Nourse, 193 ; Priscilla, 193 ; 



Rebecca, 192, 198 ; Eichard, 
109. 187, 192, 193, 212 ; Ro- 
bert. 192, 193 ; Sophia, 193 ; 
Thomas. 192 ; Ursula. 80 ; 
Walter. 192 ; William, 192. 

Yates, Elizabeth. 204 ; Thomas, 
204. 

Yeme, Edward, 209 ; Margaret, 
209, 

Yerbury, Joane, 32 ; John, 32. 

Yerworth, Jane, 186. 

Yorke, Elizabeth, 24 ; John, 24 ; 
Mary, 87. 

Yorrath, Elizabeth, 230. 

Young, Abigail, 178 ; Agnes, 
266 ; Anne, 225 ; Fortune, 67 ; 
John, 36, 86 ; Mary. 36, 86 ; 
Eichard, 197, 219 ; Susan, 
219; Thomas, 67; William. 
225. 

Ysham, — , 4. 



Zouch, Edward le, 128 ; Eliza- 
beth, 128,131 ; Eudola,131 ; 
Jane, 90 ; John, Lord, 90 ; 
John, 245 ; Mary, 245 ; Milli- 
ccnt, 131 ; William, 131. 



ADDENDA ET COERIGENDA. 



Abington,/or Anthony. 96, read Anthony, 95 ; for Slary, 96, read Mary, 

BaiTett,/OT' Mewburgh, read Newburgh. 

Bowser, /or Joane, 95, read Joane. 94. 

Brown, Mary, 96. 

Cokesey,/w Alice, 94. read Alice, 93 ; for John, 94, read John, 93. 

Daredgcourt,/flr 94, read 93. 

Ferris,/«r 95, read 94. 

Gray, dele Constance, 95 ; add — , 94. 

Hastings, /«»• 89, read 90. 



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